gouty gouty  /ˈɡaʊ ti/


  • (adj) suffering from gout


  1. Labor's charges brought gouty Neville Chamberlain again into the House of Commons.
  2. One gouty old woman was perched atop a stepladder which her equally gouty old husband kept from toppling over.
  3. Soon, however, many a gouty peer grew mirthful at Sir William's very clubbable account of his dislocation.


  • Ted Cruz: A Custer for our time

    At its birth, the Affordable Care Act already seems gray, wheezing and gouty.
    on August 15, 2013     Source: The Salinas Californian

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