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"goose-a supposition" - meaning?

"Suppose it should not be done enough! Suppose it should
break in turning out! Suppose somebody should have got
over the wall of the back-yard, and stolen it, while they
were merry with the goose--a supposition at which the two
young Cratchits became livid! All sorts of horrors were
supposed."

What is meant by "goose-a" here? Thanks for helping me.

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