goosy

or goos·ey

[ goo-see ]
/ ˈgu si /

adjective, goos·i·er, goos·i·est.

like a goose; foolish or giddy.
Informal.
  1. ticklish; reacting very quickly to touch.
  2. nervous; jumpy; uneasy.

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Origin of goosy

First recorded in 1805–15; goose + -y1
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British Dictionary definitions for goosy

goosy

goosey

/ (ˈɡuːsɪ) /

adjective goosier or goosiest

of or like a goose
having goose flesh
silly and foolish

Derived forms of goosy

goosiness, noun
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