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gaseous.adjective
of, relating.to.or.existing as a gas; lacking.substance or concreteness; tenuous or indefinite; full of or containing gas; gassy
gaseousness.noun
gassy, gassier, gassiest.adjectives
containing or full of gas; resembling gas; bombastic; boastful
gassiness.noun
gas.noun,.plural.gases or gasses
the state of matter.distinguished from the solid and liquid states by relatively low density and viscosity, relatively great expansion and contraction with changes in pressure and temperature, the ability to diffuse.readily and the spontaneous.tendency to become.distributed.uniformly.throughout any container; gas tanks; gas stoves; a substance in the gaseous state such as is water is called water vapor; air is also a gas; a gaseous fuel, such as natural gas; gasoline; the speed control of an engine that uses gas for propulsion (step on the gas a little, you're under the speed limit); flatulence (eating fruits and vegetables together gives some people gas)
gas, gassed, gassing, gases or gasses.verbs
transitive verb use.to treat chemically with gas (they often fly over, gassing crops to kill insects and then we too get gassed with their poisons); to overcome, disable or kill with poisonous.fumes
intransitive verb use.to give off gas
gas up.phrasal verb
to supply a  vehicle with gas or gasoline (gas up a car; gassed up before the trip)
gasoline.noun,.plural.gasolines
a volatile mixture of flammable liquid hydrocarbons derived.chiefly from crude.petroleum and used.principally as a fuel for internal combustion engines and as a solvent and thinner

God.noun.plural.
the word God in the Holy Bible is a plural word, meaning more than one; God is the supreme.being in the God family, the Silence from which all else God determines comes forth from; God is the cause of all we see and know and all we don't yet see or know of, that is, all the visible and invisible life and because of this, God is called Creator
Godspeed.noun
success or good fortune (my wish for you is that God will prosper your good efforts; Godspeed you all on your trip to help the earthquake victims)

god.noun,.plural.gods
used with a small g, god here means things one could have their attention on, such as the many gods of the ignorant.ancients (a current rock idol was the god of the teeners; money was their god); this form of the word connotes.something that is worshiped, idealized or followed; compare the God of the universe

gag.noun,.plural.gags
the act or an instance of gagging or choking (she gags when she smells vomit)
gag, gagged, gagging, gags.verbs
to cause to choke, retch or undergo a regurgitative.spasm; to keep the mouth open by using a gag; to block off or obstruct a pipe or valve, for example
intransitive verb use.to experience a regurgitative spasm in the throat, as from revulsion to a food or smell or in reflexive response to an introduced object (she was choking on a cherry pit, but we got the pit to dislodge by using the Heimlich maneuver)

gag.noun,.plural.gags
a practical joke
intransitive verb use.to make jokes or quips

gag.noun,.plural.gags
something forced into or put over the mouth to prevent speaking or crying out; an obstacle to or a censoring of free speech; a device placed in the mouth to keep it open, as in dentistry
gag, gagged, gagging, gags.verbs
transitive verb use.to prevent from speaking or crying out by using a gag; to stop or restrain from exercising free speech (censorship laws aimed at gagging the press)

gypsum.noun
a widespread colorless, white or yellowish mineral, CaSO4·2H2O, used in the manufacture of various plaster products, such as alabaster and in some fertilizers

gray, grayer, grayest.adjectives
welcome to English, also spelt.grey, greyer, greyest.(go figure) and more examples
gray is a color; of.or.relating.to an achromatic color of any lightness between the extremes of black and white; dull or dark (a gray, rainy afternoon); lacking in cheer; gloomy (a gray mood); having grey hair; hoary; if you refer to something as a grey area, you mean that it is unclear, for example because nobody is sure how to deal with it or who is responsible for it or it falls between two separate.categories of things; intermediate in character or position, as with regard to a subjective.matter (the gray area between their differing.opinions on the film's morality)
gray matter.noun
brownish-gray nerve tissue, especially of the brain and spinal cord, composed of nerve cell bodies and their dendrites and some supportive tissue; brains; intellect
grayed, graying, grays.intransitive and transitive verbs
also.greyed, greying, greys
to make or become gray
grayly.adjective
grayness.noun
grayish.adjective.also.greyish
somewhat gray; greyish means slightly grey in colour (the building was of greyish plaster and looked old); grayish is also a combining form, as in greyish-green leaves

gauze.noun,.plural.gauzes
a thin, transparent.fabric with a loose open weave, used for curtains and clothing; a thin, loosely woven dressing, usually made of cotton, often used for skin applications as in say, a mustard plaster; a thin plastic or metal woven mesh
gauzily.adverb
gauziness.noun
gauzy, gauzier, gauziest.adjectives
resembling gauze in thinness or transparency; airy
gauzily.adverb
gauziness.noun

Goth.noun,.plural.Goths
Germanic people who invaded the Roman Empire in the early centuries of the Christian.era, which began after the crucifixion and resurrection of Emmanuel (Acts 11:26 "...the disciples were called Christians first in Antioch.")

gelatinous.adjective
resembling gelatin; viscous; of, relating.to.or.containing gelatin gelatinously.adverb
gelatinousness.noun
gelatin.noun,.plural.gelatins.also spelt.gelatine
a colorless or slightly yellow, transparent, brittle.protein formed by boiling the specially prepared skin, bones and connective tissue of animals and used in foods, drugs and photographic film; any of various.similar.substances; a jelly made with gelatin, used as a dessert or salad base; a thin, transparent membrane used over a theatrical light to color it
gelatinize, gelatinized, gelatinizing, gelatinizes.verbs
transitive verb use.to convert to gelatin or jelly; to coat with gelatin
intransitive verb use.to become gelatinous
gelatinization.noun,.plural.gelatinizations
gelate, gelated, gelating, gelates.intransitive verbs
to gel
gel.noun,.plural.gels
a colloid in which the disperse.phase has combined with the dispersion.medium to produce a semisolid.material, such as a jelly; a gelatin used in theatrical lighting; a jellylike.substance used in styling hair
gel, gelled, gelling, gels.intransitive verbs
to become a gel or jell (put it in the fridge and let it gel)
gelable.adjective

gelato.noun,.plural.gelati
an Italian ice cream or ice
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