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noun as in sticky substance

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They watched the end zone transform into the Slime Zone, with four geysers superimposed onto the field, spewing green goo all over the screen.

They become soft enough to nearly burst through their skins into a sweet, oozing, jellyish goo.

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When animals and plants die and are buried in the earth for thousands of years, their bodies become the goo we call oil.

They have super-sensitive noses and use snouts full of goo to detect faint electrical signals from their prey.

That summer, ruptured oil pipelines emptied thousands of barrels of murky goo into Red Butte Creek in Utah, Yellowstone River in Montana and Kalamazoo River in Michigan.

Napalm is the infamous, goo-like substance that burns quickly when lit on fire and adheres easily to skin.

On Dec. 10, at 8:27 a.m., baby Quentin came into the world purple and covered in white goo.

By the third take, the goo was dripping off my lips, and I heard Steven yell, ‘Cut!’

She makes personal appearances and people go goo-goo ga-ga over her—all over the U.S. and internationally.

New leaders come to Washington and immediately get stuck in the bureaucratic goo.

And to this day the Indians say that when a baby cries "Goo" he remembers the time when he conquered the mighty Glooskap.

Indeed, The Hopper's spirits rose under his continued "goo-gooing" and chirruping.

As for Mabel, she was one of them gushy, goo-gooey kind of girls, and she was as struck with the shebang as her dad.

Dave shrugged his shoulders and replied evasively: "Pretty goo' fishin' groun' here at 'Pete's Patch.'"

My missis an' the maids they won't goo near the church to-night, an' I wager no one else won't, neither.


On this page you'll find 18 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to goo, such as: gunk, muck, sludge, crud, glop, and gook.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.