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gait.noun
a particular way or manner of moving on foot (a person who ran with a clumsy, hobbling gait)

genetic, also.genetical.adjective
of or relating to genetics or genes; affecting or affected by genes (a genetic experiment upon unsuspecting men and women such as genetically modifed 'food'); the genetic code; of, relating to or influenced by the origin or development of something
genetically.adverb

genetics.noun
the branch of biology that began in 1900 thanks to the work of Gregor Johann Mendel, an Augustinian monk, begun in 1865 that deals with heredity, especially the mechanisms of hereditary transmission and the variation of inherited.characteristics among similar.or related.organisms; (the genetic.constitution of an individual, a group or a class); his work involved experimenting with seven contrasting characteristics of pure-breeding garden peas
geneticist.noun,.plural.geneticists
one who specializes in genetics

gratification.noun,.plural.gratifications
the act of gratifying; the condition of being gratified; an instance or a cause of being gratified
gratify, gratified, gratifying, gratifies.transitive verbs
to please or satisfy (his achievement gratified his father); please; to give what is desired to; indulge.(gratified her curiosity)
gratifying, gratifyingly.adjective
gratifier.noun,.plural.gratifiers

grumble, grumbled, grumbling, grumbles.verbs
intransitive verb use.to complain in a surly manner; mutter discontentedly
transitive verb use.to express in a grumbling, discontented manner
grumble.noun,.plural.grumbles
a muttered.complaint
grumbler.noun,.plural.grumblers
grumblingly.adverb
grumbly.adjective

gorge, gorged, gorging, gorges.verbs
transitive verb use-to stuff with food; glut.(gorged themselves with candy); satiate; to devour greedily
intransitive use-to eat gluttonously
gorger.noun,.plural.gorgers

gorge.noun,.plural.gorges
a deep, narrow passage with steep rocky sides; a ravine; a narrow entrance

gross, grosser, grossest.adjectives
you use gross to describe something unacceptable or unpleasant to a very great amount, degree or intensity; disgusting (corporations guilty of gross negligence; translators guilty of gross errors in their translating); if you say that someone's speech or behavior is gross, you think it is very rude, unacceptable or disgusting; unrefined; carnal; sensual; overweight; corpulent; dense; profuse; broad; glaringly.obvious; flagrant.(gross injustice); brutishly.coarse, as in behavior; crude; offensive; disgusting; lacking.sensitivity or discernment; exclusive of deductions; total (gross profits); whole; unmitigated in any way; utter (gross incompetence)
gross.noun,.plural.grosses
the entire body or amount, as of income, before necessary deductions have been made
gross, grossed, grossing, grosses.transitive verbs
to earn as a total income or profit before deductions
gross out.phrasal verb
slang-to fill with disgust; nauseate
grosser, grossness.noun
grossly.adverb
gross.plural
a group of 144 items; 12 dozen

gross weight.noun,.plural.gross weights
the total.weight without deduction for tare or waste; see also net weight

gracile.adjective
gracefully.slender; graceful
gracility.noun

grouse.noun,.plural.grouse.or.grouses
any of various plump, chickenlike game birds of the family Tetraonidae, chiefly of the Northern Hemisphere and having mottled brown or grayish plumage

grouse, groused, grousing, grouses.intransitive verbs
to complain; grumble (after many legitimate complaints, she was groused out)
grouse.noun
a cause for complaint; a grievance
grouser.noun

grudge, grudged, grudging, grudges.transitive verbs
to be reluctantto give or admit (even grudged the tuition money; the creditors had no mercy, grudging him into the ground); to resent for having; begrudge (grudged him his good ways with the children)
grudge.noun,.plural.grudges
a deep seated feeling of resentment or rancor-(bears a grudge about the accident); to grumble, complain
grudgingly.adverb
grudger.noun,.plural.grudgers

grief.noun,.plural.griefs
deep mental anguish, as that arising from bereavement; regret; a source of deep mental anguish; trouble or difficulty (the griefs of trying to meet a deadline)

grieve, grieved, grieving, grieves.verbs
transitive verb use.to cause to be sorrowful and upset (she was grieved that again her child was in trouble with the police); to be negatively.affected by; to be distressed by a degree which quenches your enthusiasm for life
intransitive verb use.to experience or express grief
griever.noun
grievingly.adverb
grievous.adjective
causing grief, pain or anguish (a grievous loss); serious or dire; grave (a grievous wet day)
grievously.adverb
grievousness.noun

grievance.noun,.plural.grievances
an actual or supposed circumstance.regarded as just cause for protest (her employer's attitude provided grounds for grievance); a complaint or protestation based on such a circumstance; injustice; indignation or resentment stemming from a feeling of having been wronged

Gadara
an ancient city of Palestine southeast of the Sea of Galilee. It was one of the Greek cities of the Decapolis
Gadarene.adjective.and.noun

gnash, gnashed, gnashing, gnashes.transitive verbs
to grind or strike (the teeth, for example) together; to bite (something) by grinding the teeth
gnash.noun

gobbledegook.noun
unclear, wordy jargon

ghastly, ghastlier, ghastliest.adjectives
rousing shock, revulsion or horror by or as if by suggesting death; terrifying (a ghastly movie scene); extremely unpleasant or bad; very serious or great (a ghastly error)
ghastly.adverb
ghastliness.noun

grisly, grislier, grisliest.adjectives
repugnant; gruesome; ghastly
grisliness.noun

gruesome.adjective
causing repugnance; frightful and shocking; ghastly
gruesomely.adverb
gruesomeness.noun

glimmer.noun
a dim or intermittent.flicker or flash of light; a faint manifestation or indication; a trace.(a glimmer of understanding) glimmer, glimmered, glimmering, glimmers.intransitive verbs
to emit a dim or intermittent light; flash; to appear faintly or indistinctly.(hope still glimmered in our minds)

gladness.noun
gladden, gladdened, gladdening, gladdens.verbs
transitive verb use.to make glad; please
glad, gladder, gladdest.adjectives
experiencing or exhibiting joy and pleasure; appreciative (was glad of the fire's warmth); providing joy and pleasure (a glad occasion); very willing; pleased (glad to help); bright and cheerful (a glad August morning); having a naturally cheerful.disposition
glad, gladded, gladding, glads.transitive and intransitive use
to gladden
gladly.adverb

Gnosticism.noun
the doctrines of certain pre-Christian pagan, Jewish and early Christian sects that valued the revealed knowledge of God and of the origin and end of the human race as a means to attain redemption for the spiritual element in human beings and that distinguished the Demiurge from the so-called.unknowable Divine Being

gnostic.adjective
of, relating to or possessing intellectual or spiritual knowledge; of or relating to Gnosticism
Gnostic.noun,.plural.Gnostics
a believer in Gnosticism

gird, girded or girt, girding, girds.verbs
transitive verb use.to encircle with a belt or band; to fasten or secure clothing, for example, with a belt or band; to surround; to equip or endow
intransitive verb use.to prepare for action

girdle.noun,.plural.girdles
a belt or sash worn around the waist; something that encircles like a belt; a woman's elasticized, flexible undergarment worn over the waist and hips to hide excess weight, making one look trimmer); a band made around the trunk of a tree by the removal of a strip of bark; the edge of a cut gem held by the setting.
girdle, girdled, girdling, girdles.transitive verbs
to encircle with or as if with a belt; surround; to circle around (a ring of hills that girdled the city); to remove a band of bark and cambium from the circumference of a tree, usually in order to kill it

girder.noun,.plural.girders
a horizontal.beam, as of steel or wood, used as a main support for a building or bridge

great, greater, greatest.adjective
very large in size (a great amount of apples were on the tree); larger in size than others of the same.kind; large in quantity, quality or number (a great meal was had at that restaurant); extensive in time or distance (a great delay); of outstanding significance or importance (a great work of art)
great.noun, plural.greats
a great person (a composer considered among the greats)
great.adverb
very well (got along great with the teacher)
greatly.adverb
greatness.noun
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