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guide.noun,.plural.guides
one who shows the way by leading, directing or advising (a fishing guide to show the best places for fishing in the area); a man or woman employed to conduct others, as through a museum and give information about points of interest encountered); something, such as a pamphlet, that offers basic information or instruction (a shopper's guide; a guidebook to restaurants providing different types of food); something that serves to direct or indicate; a device, such as a ruler, T-square, tab or bar, that serves as an indicator or acts to regulate a motion or operation)
guide, guided, guiding, guides.verbs
transitive verb use.to serve as a guide for; conduct; to direct the course of; steer (guide a ship through a channel)
intransitive verb use.to serve as a guide
guidable.adjective
guider.noun,.plural.guiders
unguided.antonym
not having been guided
guidance.noun
guidance is help and advice; the act or process of guiding; counseling (students were provided with the opportunity to seek advice about vocational and educational.matters; Proverbs 11:14 "Where no counsel is, the people fall, but in the multitude of counselors there is safety."); electronic guidance systems in mechanical things that fly and vehicles

guerilla.or.guerrilla.noun,.plural.guerillas.or.guerrillas
a guerrilla is someone who fights as part of an unofficial army, usually against an official army or police force; a member of an irregular, usually.indigenous military or paramilitary unit operating in small bands in occupied territory to harass and undermine the enemy, as by surprise raids (guerrilla warfare; guerrilla tactics)

gorilla.noun,.plural.gorillas
the largest of the anthropoid apes, native to the forests of equatorial Africa, having a stocky body and coarse, dark brown or black hair; a brutish man; a thug

garment.noun,.plural.garments
an article of clothing (garment factories; the garment district in a city)
garment, garmented, garmenting, garments.transitive verbs
to clothe; dress

granular.adjective
composed or appearing to be composed of granules or grains; having a grainy texture
granularity.noun
granularly.adverb
granule.noun,.plural.granules
a small grain or pellet; a particle (granulated sugar)
granulate, granulated, granulating, granulates.verbs
transitive verb use.to form into granules; to make rough and grainy
intransitive verb use.to become granular or grainy
granulative.adjective
granulator.noun,.plural.granulators

Gregorian calendar.noun
the calendar based on the Sun's exposure to Earth, in use throughout most of the world, sponsored by Pope Gregory XIII in 1582 as a corrected version of the Julian calendar; the Gregorian calendar is also known as the Christian calendar because it uses the birth of Emmanuel the Christ as a starting date, but it also screws up the year which originally had 13, 4 week months, making 52 weeks with the new moon really coming at the beginning of the new month, but what hasn't man screwed up?

govern, governed, governing, governs.verbs
transitive verb use.to make and administer the public.policy and affairs of; the act or process of governing; affecting.elements of conducting business; to control the actions or behavior of (she was governing herself well in being sociable to others; govern ourselves as civilized human beings); to exercise.sovereign.right.administration; to control the speed or magnitude of; regulate (a valve governing fuel intake to restrain the speed of a vehicle)
intransitive verb use.to exercise oversight; to have or exercise an influential guidance upon
governable.adjective
government.noun,.plural.governments
a group.elected for the process of administering.policies approved by the public to be affected by them, using such policies, rules, regulations, acts, laws and their penalties; Hannah More 1745-1833, British writer whose works include tragedies, such as Percy, 1777, the novel Coelebs in Search of a Wife, 1809 and religious tracts.advocating.reforms for the poor, contain thoughts on matters of public administration; Sir Thomas More 1478-1535. English politician, humanist.scholar and writer who refused to comply with the Act of Supremacy, by which all English subjects were enjoined to recognize.Henry VIII's authority over the pope and was imprisoned in the Tower of London and beheaded for treason; his political essay Utopia, 1516, speculates about life under an ideal government ("the right to rise up and shake off the existing government"....Abraham Lincoln)
governmental.adjective
governmentally.adverb
governance.noun
the act, process.or.power of governing; government; the state of being governed; the governance of a country is the way in which it is governed (it is believed that a fundamental change in the governance of Britain is the key to all other necessary changes); the governance of a company or organization is the way in which it is managed

governor.noun,.plural.governors
if you govern something, you manage it; a person who governs; the chief executive of a state in the United States of America; someone appointed to govern a colony or territory; a member of a governing group; the manager or administrative head of an organization, a business or an institution; a feedback device such as a valve on a machine or an engine that is used to provide automatic control, as of speed, pressure or temperature
the word governor means both 'a sovereign ruler' and 'a subordinate or substitute ruler'; although.steeped in British history, the word was chosen to designate the executive head of a state when the United States of America was created

gland.noun,.plural.glands
a cell, a group of cells or an organ that produces a secretion for use elsewhere in the body or in a body cavity or for elimination from the body; any of various organs, such as lymph.nodes, that resemble true glands but perform a nonsecretory function
glandular.adjective
of, relating.to, affecting.or resembling a gland or its secretion
glandularly.adverb

geographc.also.geographical.adjective
of, relating.to geography; concerning the topography of a specific.region
geographically.adverb
geography.noun,.plural.geographies
the study of the Earth and its features and of the distribution of life on the Earth, including human life and the effects of human activity; the physical characteristics, such as the surface features of an area; a book on geography; an arrangement of constituent.elements.exhibiting.design (charting a geography of the mind)
geographer.noun,.plural.geographers

gigantic.adjective
relating.to or suggestive of a giant; exceedingly large of its kind: (a gigantic leaf); very large or extensive (a gigantic bridge); enormous; gargantuan
gigantically.adverb

guard, guarded, guarding, guards.verbs
transitive verb use.to protect from harm by or as if by watching over (kept a close watch over the chickens on the farm as there were foxes around); defend; to watch over so as to prevent.escape or violence (guarded his little dog when walking on the edge of the city park where coyotes were living); to maintain.control.over, as to prevent indiscretion (guard what you say)
intransitive verb use.to take precautions (guarded against infection by putting silver on her cut); to serve as a guard
guard.noun,.plural.guards
one who protects, keeps watch or acts as a sentinel; one who supervises prisoners; a group of people serving as an escort or performing drill.exhibitions on ceremonial.occasions (an honor guard); in football, one of the two offensive linemen on either side of the center; the act or duty of guarding; protection; watch (a prisoner under close guard); something that gives protection; a safeguard (a guard against tooth decay is a diet low in processed sugar); a device or an attachment that prevents injury, damage or loss, such as an attachment or a covering put on a machine to protect the operator and/or a part of the machine; a device such as used in sports to protect the mouth and/or teeth (a mouth guard)
off guard.idiom
not alert; unprepared (he missed the catch not being alert at the moment); off guard duty
on one's guard.idiom
alert and watchful; cautious
stand guard.idiom
to keep watch; to act as a sentinel
guarder.noun,.plural.guarders
guarded.adjective
protected; defended; watched over
guardedly.adverb
guardedness.noun

guardian.noun,.plural.guardians
one that guards, watches over or protects; in law, one who is legally.responsible for the care and management of the person or property of an incompetent or a minor
guardianship.noun,.plural.guardianships
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