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goose pimples

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishgoose pimplesˈgoose ˌpimples especially British English, goosebumps /ˈɡuːsbʌmps/ especially American English noun [plural] (also gooseflesh /ˈɡuːsfleʃ/ especially British English [uncountable])  COLDFRIGHTENEDsmall raised spots on your skin that you get when you are cold or frightened
Examples from the Corpus
goose pimplesI got goose pimples when the trumpets sounded and you all marched in.Some one screamed, a high shrill piercing noise that caused her to break out in goose pimples.I was six years old - it gave me goose pimples.That set our teeth on edge and bring our goose pimples rising like porpoises after mackerel.There were goose pimples on her arm.
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