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  • noun Plural form of goulash.


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  • Many of these authors stir old tidbits into their goulashes, informing those not in the know that Tolkien wanting to create a mythology for England, that Ace books ripped Tolkien off by publishing a 1960s paperback edition without paying the author copyright, that Tolkien was an Oxford don.

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  • New York City artist Vadis Turner has a gift for creating great goulashes of lady art.

    Art: Culture and Celebrity

  • Weird goulashes of a right-wing fantasy morality tale, liberal propaganda, vigilante violence and anti-war sentiment.

    Sam Fuller, Embodying The Best Of Pulp Fiction

  • Enter Tipitina's — the rotation hole where electric, shoeless uncles allocate their copper goulashes to catch white dripwater.

    The Crescent Caretaker

  • REYNOLDS WOLF, CNN METEOROLOGIST: That's right, a lot of people in California are going to be watching the Super Bowl party, they're going to be getting their chips and their dip ready for the big game, but they're also going to need the snow shovels and the goulashes, maybe even an umbrella.

    CNN Transcript Feb 3, 2008

  • I was inspired to do a sketch of some funny Venetion goulashes.

    Veniceblog Update

  • I met you afterwards in shabby boots, in the mud without goulashes, with a battered hat, and I drew my own conclusions.

    The Insulted and the Injured

  • This audience is familiar with the great Hungarian family soups and goulashes and, of course, the dripping garlands of paprikas in the lovely countryside.

    A New Hungary

  • The goulashes made him think of being coerced to trudge around with his brothers along the edges of creeks and canals where they, guffawing sadists and martinets, made him abduct and mutilate crawdads to recognize that he was no better than any other creature of the natural order that gloated at itself as one individual in a species of myriad predators.

    An Apostate: Nawin of Thais

  • In New Jersey, eco-friendly funerals are in style - cement goulashes are out

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