Definition of "gosling" [gos•ling]

  • A young goose. (noun)
  • A naive or inexperienced young person. (noun)

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Use "gosling" in a sentence
  • "- gosling is perfect for this, the same way RDJ, bale & norton are for their films."
  • "- i always thought james marsden could be hal, but gosling is a great choice."
  • "After a gosling is a month or six weeks old you may put it up to feed for a green goose, & it will be perfectly fed in another month following; and to feed them, there is no better meat then skeg oats boil'd, and given plenty thereof thrice a day, morning, noon, and night, with good store of milk, or milk and water mixt together to drink."