- a tailor’s pressing iron. Originally a slang term, but now in most dictionaries.
- “to cook his GOOSE,” to kill him; the same as “to give him his gruel,” or “settle his hash.”
- “to get the GOOSE,” “to be GOOSED,” signifies to be hissed while on the stage. The big-bird, the terror of actors. _See_ BIG BIRD.—_Theatrical._
- to ruin, or spoil; to hiss a play.—_Theatrical._ To be “sound on the GOOSE” is in America to be orthodox in one’s political creed.
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