Definition of "gool" [gool]

  • Same as goold, 2. (noun)
  • A ditch. (noun)
  • A breach in a sea-wall or -bank; a passage worn by the flux and reflux of the tide. (noun)

The Century Dictionary (Public Domain)

Use "gool" in a sentence
  • "In it the cycle of rebirths is called Gil'gool'em [158] or the"
  • "From this point of view, it would seem that "Gil'gool'em" is more especially the cycle of atomic transmigration: _Resurrection_."
  • "And now a fragment of gool grips Hari by the throat, draining the life from him."