Definition of gray goose in English:

gray goose

Syllabification: gray goose


A goose of a group distinguished by having mainly gray plumage.
  • Genus Anser, family Anatidae: several species, e.g., graylag and white-fronted geese
More example sentences
  • The Norwegian government wants to start puncturing the unhatched eggs of Canadian and grey geese to control the geese population.
  • Many birds, including grey geese, swans and terns were about, especially on an island in one of the lakes.
  • Catch the end of the winter migrants, the grey geese and whooper swans, as well as the early arrivals such as wheatear and willow warbler and hopefully the ospreys.

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