(of a square sail) having the lee clew furled while the weather clew is held taut.
(of a fore-and-aft-rigged vessel) having the foresail and mainsail set on opposite sides.
[goo-suh nz] /ˈgu sənz/ noun 1. Sir Eugene, 1893–1962, English composer and conductor. /ˈɡuːsənz/ noun 1. Sir Eugene. 1893–1962, British composer and conductor, born in Belgium 2. his brother, Leon. 1896–1988, British oboist
[goo-see] /ˈgu si/ adjective, goosier, goosiest. 1. like a goose; foolish or giddy. 2. Informal. /ˈɡuːsɪ/ adjective goosier, goosiest 1. of or like a goose 2. having goose flesh 3. silly and foolish adjective Touchy; jumpy; sensitive: I feel a little goosy about the whole thing/ Hennessey was goosey anyway, and he jumped (1906+) Related […]
- Go out for
Seek to become a participant in, as in I’m going out for soccer. [ First half of 1900s ] Also see: go in for, def. 2.
- Go out of fashion
Also, go out of style . See under go out , def. 5.