Synonyms

1. goose-tansy

noun. low-growing perennial having leaves silvery beneath; northern United States; Europe; Asia.

Synonyms

  • Potentilla anserina
  • goose grass
  • cinquefoil
  • five-finger

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Words that Rhyme with Goose Pimple

  • strimple
  • simple
  • kimple
  • kimpel
  • gimpel
  • dimple

2. pimple

noun. ['ˈpɪmpəl'] a small inflamed elevation of the skin; a pustule or papule; common symptom in acne.

Synonyms

  • zit
  • pustule
  • hickey
  • papule

3. goose

noun. ['ˈguːs'] web-footed long-necked typically gregarious migratory aquatic birds usually larger and less aquatic than ducks.

Synonyms

  • brent
  • brent goose
  • Anatidae
  • honker
  • family Anatidae
  • Chinese goose
  • anseriform bird
  • Canada goose
  • Anser cygnoides
  • brant
  • brant goose
  • graylag goose
  • barnacle
  • gander
  • gaggle
  • gosling
  • greylag goose
  • graylag
  • Branta canadensis
  • Chen caerulescens
  • blue goose
  • Anser anser
  • barnacle goose
  • goose down
  • Branta leucopsis
  • Canadian goose

Antonyms

  • wise
  • humorless
  • undeceive
  • keep

Etymology

  • gos (Old English (ca. 450-1100))

4. goose

verb. ['ˈguːs'] prod into action.

Synonyms

  • egg on
  • incite

Antonyms

  • gain
  • hotness
  • discouragement

Etymology

  • gos (Old English (ca. 450-1100))

5. goose

noun. ['ˈguːs'] flesh of a goose (domestic or wild).

Antonyms

  • unfold

Etymology

  • gos (Old English (ca. 450-1100))

6. goose

noun. ['ˈguːs'] a man who is a stupid incompetent fool.

Synonyms

  • zany
  • fathead
  • saphead
  • sap
  • muggins
  • tomfool
  • jackass
  • fool
  • cuckoo
  • goof
  • bozo
  • twat

Antonyms

  • stand still
  • refrain
  • undercharge
  • decompress

Etymology

  • gos (Old English (ca. 450-1100))

7. goose

verb. ['ˈguːs'] give a spurt of fuel to.

Antonyms

  • unclasp

Etymology

  • gos (Old English (ca. 450-1100))

8. goose

verb. ['ˈguːs'] pinch in the buttocks.

Synonyms

  • pinch
  • tweet
  • twitch
  • squeeze
  • nip

Etymology

  • gos (Old English (ca. 450-1100))
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