Goldilocks

• (n.) Same as Goldylocks.
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Goldilocks

[musical] Goldilocks is a musical with a book by Jean and Walter Kerr, music by Leroy Anderson, and lyrics by the Kerrs and Joan Ford. A parody of the silent film era when directors made quickie one-reelers overnight, it focuses on Maggie Harris, a musical comedy star retiring from show business in order to marry into high society, until pr...
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Goldilocks

Gold'i·locks` noun Same as Goldylocks .
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Goldilocks

Goldilocks is London Cockney rhyming slang for venereal disease (pox).
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Goldilocks

Hitting the double next to the being aimed for.
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Goldilocks

Nickname of a planet discovered around the star 70 Virginis because it may have surface conditions that are 'just right' to allow the formation of liquid water – the single most important ingredient of life on our planet.
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goldilocks

[n] - early-flowering perennial of southern and southeastern Europe with flower heads resembling those of goldenrod
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