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noun (1)

plural -s
now dialectal, England
: a ditch or channel for water : sluice


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noun (2)

plural -s
: goal
use the big cedar tree for gool

Word History


Noun (1)

Middle French gole, goule throat, narrow passage, from Latin gula throat

Noun (2)

by alteration

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“Gool.” Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, Accessed 10 Dec. 2023.

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