Examples of goo in a Sentence
What's this goo all over the stove?
the latest goo from a children's author who knows how to lay it on thick
Recent Examples of goo from the Web
Trump’s breathtakingly erratic performance gave Democrats and the media goo-gobs of ammunition to portray Rosenstein as a co-conspirator in a corruptly motivated, dishonestly executed sacking of the FBI director.
In a scene straight out of your nightmares, a truck full of ‘slime eels’ lost its load Thursday on U.S. 101, causing a five-car crash, dousing sedans with goo and sending sea creatures slithering across vehicles and the highway.
Pictures of the accident show hundreds of live slime eels sliding down the road in a thick, white goo.
There were no injuries, according to the Depoe Bay Fire District, but lots of swimming eels and slippery goo covered the road.
Now, two decades later, Jennifer Aniston, legions of Goop-ers, and wellness experts are singing the praises of collagen, that same gulasz goo, and for what benefit?
After all, who didn't watch classics like Double Dare and Figure It Out and kinda wish you could be doused in that mysterious green goo?
Since the Fairfax site does have the petroleum byproduct, fossils found there will land at the Tar Pits Museum, but only after the laborious process of extracting and ridding them of the primordial black goo.
There are even legions of slime-trepreneurs who sell the goo online.
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Origin and Etymology of goo
First Known Use: 1900See Words from the same year
GOO Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of goo for English Language Learners
: a wet and sticky substance
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