Examples of goo in a Sentence
What's this goo all over the stove?
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Recent Examples of goo from the Web
And so, in a world of constant updates, the once-private act of slathering your face in weird-looking goo has also become aspirational content.
One answer is to encourage foreign investment, but the government insists on pulling investors into a goo of bureaucracy.
In a nearby chemistry lab, a machine slowly mixes sparkly goo.
Madonna uses the excess goo from the masks to soften her elbows.
And the slimy goo wasn’t just coming in from underneath the doors of their Longwood home.
Along with the initial blackhead, white goo (and lots of blood) began to ooze from the area, resulting in major Popaholic satisfaction.
With a push of a button, the machine takes over, heating the soon-to-be food goo to a toasty 158 degrees Fahrenheit.
Biologists already knew that metalmark larvae produce a nutritious goo and feed it to ants in exchange for their protection from predators.
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Origin and Etymology of goo
First Known Use: 1900See Words from the same year
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