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gum.noun,.plural.gums
any of various.viscous.substances that are exuded by certain plants and trees and dry into water-soluble, noncrystalline, brittle.solids; a similar plant exudate, such as a resin; any of various adhesives made from such exudates or other sticky substance; a substance resembling the viscous substance exuded by certain plants, as in stickiness; chewing gum; gum is a substance, usually tasting of mint, which you chew for a long time but do not swallow; your gums are the areas of firm, pink flesh inside your mouth, which your teeth grow out of; the firm connective tissue covered by mucous membrane that envelops the tooth socket arches of the jaw and surrounds the bases of the teeth, also called gingiva; any of various trees of the genera Eucalyptus, Liquidambar or Nyssa that are sources of gum; the wood of such a tree; gumwood
gum, gummed, gumming, gums.verbs
transitive verb use.to cover, smear, seal, fill or fix in place with or as if with gum; to chew food with toothless gums (he was gumming it while awaiting the new dentures)
intransitive verb use.to exude or form gum; to become sticky or clogged; if two things are gummed together, they are stuck together
gum up.phrasal verb
to ruin or bungle (gum up the works)
gum.noun,.plural.gums
gummy, gummier, gummiest.adjectives
consisting of or containing gum; covered or clogged with or as if with gum; having the texture or properties of gum; sticky and viscid
gumminess.noun

graceless.adjective
lacking.grace; clumsy; having or exhibiting no sense of propriety or decency; inferior or clumsy in treatment or performance (good music with the ballet but graceless dancing)
gracelessly.adverb
gracelessness.noun

glare, glared, glaring, glares.verbs
intransitive verb use.to stare.fixedly and angrily; gaze; to shine intensely and blindingly (a hot Sun glared down on the desert)
transitive verb use.to express by staring angrily (he glared his disapproval)
glare.noun,.plural.glares
a fierce or angry stare; an intense, blinding light
glaring.adjective
shining intensely and blindingly (the glaring noonday Sun); tastelessly.showy or bright; garish; conspicuous; obvious (a glaring error); flagrant; staring with anger, fierceness or hostility (glaring eyes)
glaringly.adverb
glaringness.noun

glare.noun,.plural.glares
a sheet or surface of glassy and very slippery.ice

glaze.noun,.plural.glazes
a thin, smooth, shiny coating; a thin, glassy coating of ice; a coating of colored, opaque or transparent.material.applied to ceramics before firing; a coating, as of syrup, applied to food; a transparent coating applied to the surface of a painting to modify the color tones; a glassy film over the eyes
glaze, glazed, glazing, glazes.verbs
transitive verb use.to fit, furnish or secure with glass (glaze a window is to fit it properly in place); to apply a glaze to (glaze a doughnut; glaze pottery); to coat or cover thinly with ice; to give a smooth, lustrous surface to
intransitive verb use.to be or become glazed or glassy (his eyes glazed over from the emotional story); to form a glaze
glazer.noun,.plural.glazers
glazing.noun,.plural.glazings
glasswork; glass set or made to be set in frames; a glaze; the act or process of applying a glaze

galley.noun,.plural.galleys
the kitchen of an airliner or a ship; a large, usually single-decked medieval ship of shallow draft, propelled by sails and oars and used as a merchant ship or warship in the Mediterranean; an ancient Mediterranean seagoing vessel propelled by oars

ginseng.noun,.plural.ginsengs
any of several plants of the genus Panax, especially P. pseudo ginseng of eastern Asia or P. quinquefolius of North America, having small greenish flowers grouped in umbels, palmately.compound leaves and forked.roots.believed to have strong good health properties; the roots of these plants; the ginseng plant is found in greatest abundance in the American tropics and the Indo-Malaysian archipelago, is grown primarily for its root, which is used as an additive in cooking and as a stimulant; according to folklore, extracts of the ginseng root can be used effectively as an aphrodisiac and as an aid in prolonging youth

glen.noun,.plural.glens
a valley, from Scottish Gaelic 'gleann' and from Old Irish 'glenn'

gnome.noun,.plural.gnomes
one of a fabled.race of dwarf like creatures who live underground and guard.treasure.hoards
gnomish.adjective
in children's stories, a gnome is an imaginary creature that is like a tiny old man with a beard and pointed hat; sometimes people have small statues of gnomes in their gardens

gnome.noun,.plural.gnomes
a pithy saying that expresses a general.truth or fundamental.principle; an aphorism; an adage

gargoyle.noun,.plural.gargoyles
date about 1400-1500, from Old French language word 'gargouille' meaning 'throat', because the water appears to come out of the creature's throat; a gargoyle is a decorative stone carving on old buildings such as those recreated at the fascinating Sasktoon Farm just south of Calgary where you can pick your own berries in early summer; a gargoyle is usually shaped like the head of a strange and ugly creature and water drains through it from the roof of the building; a gargoyle is usually a spout in the form of a grotesque human or animal figure projecting from a roof gutter to throw rainwater clear of a building; a grotesquely carved figure; a person with an ugly face
gargoyled.adjective

gutta-percha.noun,.plural.gutta-perchas
a rubbery substance derived from the latex of any of several tropical trees of the genera Palaquium and Payena, used as an electrical insulator, as a waterproofing compound and in golf balls

graduate, graduated, graduating, graduates.verbs
intransitive verb use.to be granted an academic.degree or diploma; to change gradually or by degrees; to advance to a new level of skill, achievement or activity
transitive verb use.to grant an academic degree or diploma to
graduate.noun,.plural.graduates
one who has received an academic degree or diploma; a graduated container, such as a cylinder or beaker
graduate.adjective
possessing an academic degree or diploma; of, intended for or relating to studies beyond a bachelor's degree, such as graduate courses
graduator.noun,.plural.graduators

glide, glided, gliding, glides.verbs
intransitive verb use.to move in a smooth, effortless.manner (a submarine gliding through the water;  the skaters gliding effortlessly on the ice); to slide; to fly without propulsion (a glider aircraft)
transitive verb use.to cause to move or pass smoothly, silently or imperceptibly
glide.noun,.plural.glides
the act of gliding
glider.noun,.plural.gliders
a light, engineless aircraft designed to glide after being towed aloft or launched from a catapult

gravy.noun,.plural.gravies
a sauce made by thickening and seasoning.simmering.stock with a choice of spices

Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
A seminal figure in German literature, Goethe wrote poems, plays and novels from the late 1700s to the early 1800s. Goethe's masterpiece, the poetic drama.Faust, first part, 1808; second, 1832, ranks as the preeminent version of the famous Faust legend, in which a character sells his immortal soul to the devil in return for knowledge and experience.....comprised with Microsoft® Encarta® Encyclopedia 99. © 1993-1998 Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved.
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