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Goldilocks   /gˈoʊldilˌɔks/   Listen
Goldilocks

noun
1.
Early-flowering perennial of southern and southeastern Europe with flower heads resembling those of goldenrod.  Synonyms: Aster linosyris, goldilocks aster, Linosyris vulgaris.






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"Goldilocks" Quotes from Famous Books



... teeth together. "I'm afraid," he added dryly, his eyes once more seeking Evadna's face with pure love hunger, "they aren't going to make much of a stagger at placer mining, if they haven't any water." He rolled the ribbon up tightly, and then tossed it lightly toward her face. "ARE they, Goldilocks?" ...
— Good Indian • B. M. Bower

... these changes, realizing that she could not appear at her best unless she felt at ease. But the humour of the situation was not lost on her. An amused smile dimpled her face as she gave the sofa cushion a thump and once more changed her seat. "I'm worse than Goldilocks trying all the chairs of the three bears, but ...
— The Little Colonel's Chum: Mary Ware • Annie Fellows Johnston



Words linked to "Goldilocks" :   aster, Aster linosyris



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