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Synonyms for goat

one who is made an object of blame

Synonyms for goat

any of numerous agile ruminants related to sheep but having a beard and straight horns

a victim of ridicule or pranks

(astrology) a person who is born while the sun is in Capricorn

the tenth sign of the zodiac

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I tried to ease his sense of fear; I cried 'Don't worry, I am here'; He looked at me as if I was daft And if goats could do so, he would have laughed To see such an earnest and concerned human face Trying to communicate with the goaty race; His rightful place was in the luscious green pasture next door And over the fence he must have jumped before; So I found the keeper of the animal paddocks I don't know his surname, let's call him Maddox; 'Not that little blighter again, He should learn to stay in his pen
Lorna Jackson, manager of Stockton Farmers' Market HERE is a goaty recipe for you to try at home
Goaty old men were often ridiculed in visual pornography for their withered potency and mocked for their inability to satisfy and impregnate the nubile hoydens they still ogled.
The fragile hair also has a distinct goaty aroma that doesn't help the flavor of pronghorn meat, and the dried blood also turns bitter.
There was a clear leader, which is spreadable and very mild - it's not very goaty at all.
She will almost always go for the cheese board selection in a restaurant, and likes pretty much every cheese from the delicate fresh goaty ones right up to the ferocious Cheddars and stinky washed-rind monsters from France.
The pork might not have been the finest and the mead may have tasted a trifle goaty but the feeling of companionship was intense.
Marie Goaty, eleven years old, was raped by her father for the first time in 1844.
said Christine Martin, a partner with Lisa-Anne Mosher in Goaty Girlz Milk Soap.
There's no goaty smell here--just the freshness of the green fields, high blue skies, and groves of aspens and cottonwoods against the mountains.