Examples of goblin in a Sentence
dressed up the toddlers like goblins for Halloween
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Oppens was expert in the staccato flashes of light in a third movement whose spirit suggested the goblin of Ravel’s Gaspard de la nuit.
Goblins and Devils In a remote corner of the Colorado Plateau, Goblin Valley State Park is one of Utah’s most underrated gems.
Those goblins have already made it into the new song and its visuals.
Sometimes, cameramen in night vision goggles silently spirited around my cave with the stealth of goblins.
Great Wolf activities include ropes courses, rock-wall climbing, miniature golf and a game named MagicQuest, activated throughout the resort with wands that summon fairies, goblins and dragons.
From hanging scary lights, to ghouls and goblins, these tips will help make sure your Halloween decorations will stay up through the scary season and provide a fun thrill for your wee visitors who are trick-or-treating.
Plenty of famous people have their names immortalized in a latin species name, from David Attenborough (Prethopalpus attenboroughi, the goblin spider) to Hugh Hefner (Sylvilagus palustris hefneri, a rabbit, of course).
On Thursday, Senate Republicans are finally leaving their goblin cave to release a draft of their secret health care bill.
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Origin and Etymology of goblin
First Known Use: 14th centurySee Words from the same year
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Definition of goblin for English Language Learners
in stories : an ugly and sometimes evil creature that likes to cause trouble
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