gooseflesh : Definition, Usages, News and More
- n reflex erection of hairs of the skin in response to cold or emotional stress or skin irritation
- The earlier version suggested that fathers change the occasional diaper and cautioned mothers about "trying to force the participation of fathers who get gooseflesh at the very .
- But when the swelling volume of anticipatory roars, groans and squeals arose from across the Rhine and when the very idea of such a plan gave gooseflesh to the goose-steppers .
- One of the best gooseflesh dramas in years, Kind Lady is an especial favorite with Brady because it is tailored to the talents of his wife, Grace George.
- Marlene Dietrich in Kansas City Star
In reply Dietrich wrote that the book "is like a terrible animal lying quietly in your room and you don't know when it will kill you. : I read it with one eye and my heart had gooseflesh."
- Chiliboy Ralepelle in News24
I got gooseflesh when I heard the news. I am looking forward to leading the guys and taking them to another level,said Ralepelle.