Origin of gosling
Examples from the Web for gosling
The gosling's best chance at surviving the jump is to bounce off the cliff on its soft belly.
Whenever the script seems ready to surrender to maudlin excess, Gosling and McAdams are there to pull it back.A Love Letter to ‘The Notebook,’ a Melodrama That Commits to Its Sentimentality|Teo Bugbee|June 26, 2014|DAILY BEAST
At times, Gosling appears to have weightier concerns in mind.Ryan Gosling’s Bizarre Directorial Debut, ‘Lost River,’ Features Sadism, Warlords, and Rat Murder|Richard Porton|May 21, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Gosling is just as adept at wearing what Jannuzzi says is the next trend for summer: the tank top.
The heartbroken masses got two last films from Gosling in 2013, both exceptional: Place Beyond the Pines and Only God Forgives.
The next day the gosling got up early and went and bought the meal and then returned home and shut the house.Italian Popular Tales|Thomas Frederick Crane
People talk about death as the gosling might about life before it chips its egg.A Rough Shaking|George MacDonald
Gosling Island is a pretty place, and I think you will all enjoy the sail.A Dear Little Girl's Summer Holidays|Amy E. Blanchard
After a hurried consultation among the ringleaders, the company marched to the tent where the Gosling slept.The Drummer Boy|John Trowbridge
I know just about as much of the law as a spring gosling, and no more.Fashion and Famine|Ann S. Stephens
Word Origin for gosling
mid-14c. (late 13c. as a surname), from Old Norse gæslingr, from gos "goose" (see goose (n.)) + diminutive suffix. replaced Old English gesling. The modern word may be a Middle English formation from Middle English gos "goose."