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Definition of Goad
GoadGoad Goad, v. t. [imp. & p. p. Goaded; p. pr. & vb. n.
To prick; to drive with a goad; hence, to urge forward, or to
rouse by anything pungent, severe, irritating, or inflaming;
That temptation that doth goad us on. --Shak.
Syn: To urge; stimulate; excite; arouse; irritate; incite;
instigate. GoadGoad Goad, n. [AS. g[=a]d; perh. akin to AS. g[=a]r a dart,
and E. gore. See Gore, v. t.]
A pointed instrument used to urge on a beast; hence, any
necessity that urges or stimulates.
The daily goad urging him to the daily toil.
Meaning of Goad from wikipedia
- The goad
is a traditional farming
implement, used to spur or guide
or a cart; used also to round
- Thaddeus Goad
(born 1961) is an American author
and publisher. Goad
co-aut****d and published
the zine ANSWER
Me! and The Redneck
maps a.k.a. Goad plans
or Goad atlases incorporate detailed street
maps including individual buildings
uses. The maps are named
- The elephant goad
, bullhook, or ankus
aṅkuśa or ankusha) is a tool emplo**** by ****ut in the handling
of elephants. It consists...
- Goad refers
to a farming implement
used to spur livestock, including: Ankus, a goad
used for elephants Cattle
prod, a goad
used for cattle Goad
- Charles Edward Goad
(March 15, 1848 – June 10, 1910 ) was a noted cartographer
is most noted
for his insurance surveys
- "Debbie" Goad
(February 13, 1954 – July 20, 2000) was an American journalist
and ****istant editor
of the magazine Answer
Me! Her husband, Jim Goad
, was the...
- Samuel Thomas Boileau Goad
1806 – 13 December
1876) was a major
of the 1st Bengal European Light Cavalry
and one of the prin****l property
28, 1966) is a former American football defensive
tackle. He attended
at Patrick County
- George Goad
(died 1671) was the master
of Eton College. Goad
was a native
of Windsor, Berkshire. He was the younger brother
of Thomas Goad
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