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goosegog

[ gooz-gog ]
/ ˈgʊz gɒg /
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noun British Dialect.
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Origin of goosegog

1815–25; goose + gog (< ?)
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How to use goosegog in a sentence

  • Well, I'm a new man, but I couldn't eat so much as another goosegog if you paid me.

British Dictionary definitions for goosegog

goosegog

goosegob

/ (ˈɡʊzɡɒɡ) /

noun
British a dialect or informal word for gooseberry

Word Origin for goosegog

from goose in gooseberry + gog, variant of gob 1
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