goop

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goop

Any gelatinous, slimy substance. Ugh, the goop they put on you before doing an ultrasound always feels so cold and gross.

goophead

slang A pimple. Do you have any zit cream? I've got a huge goophead right in the middle of my forehead.
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goop

and goup (gup)
n. slop; gunk; bad food. You get used to this goup after a while.

goophead

(ˈguphɛd)
n. an inflamed pimple. (Patterned on blackhead.) You ought to see the goophead on your nose.
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