Gooch









Gooch


Gooch [gooch] Examples noun

  1. George Peabody,1873–1968, English historian.

Examples from the Web for gooch Historical Examples of gooch

  • There is Mr. Gooch the Bookseller too; he and his books a great acquisition.

    Letters of Edward FitzGerald

    Edward FitzGerald

  • Gooch, on some of the more important Diseases of Women, p. 201 and 203.

    A System of Midwifery

    Edward Rigby

  • Mr. Gooch drew a bunch of keys from his pocket and unfastened the padlock.

    The Librarian at Play

    Edmund Lester Pearson

  • “Then I have no hesitation in showing you my collection,” remarked Mr. Gooch.

    The Librarian at Play

    Edmund Lester Pearson

  • His books are beautiful, but they are to be read, and Mr. Gooch has read them.

    The Librarian at Play

    Edmund Lester Pearson

  • British Dictionary definitions for gooch Gooch noun

    1. Graham (Alan). born 1953, English cricketer: played in 118 test matches (1975–95), 34 as captain; scored 8,900 test runs (an England record)

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