Definition of goosey in English:

goosey

Syllabification: goose·y
Pronunciation: /ˈɡo͞osē
 
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(also goosy)

adjective (goosier, goosiest)

1Having or showing a quality considered to be characteristic of a goose, especially foolishness or nervousness.
More example sentences
  • When he start to sing; then I'd get a little nervous and goosy like.
  • ‘Terms like democracy make me really goosey… they feel like clouds of methane gas to me, it means nothing,’ says Dery.
  • In fact, I wanted to make Fernandito a little bit more goosey, but the executives in the network were saying, ‘No, no, no, no.’
1.1 informal Exhibiting gooseflesh: I’ve gone all goosey
More example sentences
  • Another campaigner, Dave Dee, said: ‘I have gone goosey all over.’
  • I was so excited to listen to your reflections that I actually got goosey and a bit teary all at once.

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