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GOUGE
tear out
overcharge
V
GOURMAND
epicure; person who takes excessive pleasure in food and drink
N
GOURMET
connoisseur of food and drink
N
GRADUATED / GRADATION
arranged by degrees (of height, difficulty, etc.,)
A / N
GRANARY
storehouse for grain
N
GRANDEUR
impressiveness; stateliness; majesty
N
GRANDILOQUENT
pompous; bombastic; using high-sounding language
A
GRANDIOSE
pretentious; high-flown; ridiculously exaggerated; impressive
A
GRANULATE / GRANULE
form into grains
V / N
GRAPHIC
pertaining to the art of delineating; vividly described
A
GRAPPLE
wrestle; come to grips with
V
GRATE
make a harsh noise; have an unpleasant effect; shred
V
GRATIFY
please
V
GRATIS
free
ADV / A
GRATUITOUS
given freely; unwarranted; uncalled for; without cause
A
GRATUITY
tip
N
GRAVITY / GRAVE
seriousness
N / A
GREGARIOUS
sociable
A
GRIEVANCE
cause of complaint
N
GRILL
question severely
V
GRIMACE
facial distortion to show feeling such as pain, disgust, etc.
N / V
GRISLY
ghastly
A
GROTESQUE
fantastic; comically hideous
A
GROTTO
small cavern
N
GROUSE
complain; fuss
V
GROVEL
crawl or creep on groud; remain prostrate
V
GRUDGING
unwilling; reluctant; stingy
A
GRUEL
thin, liquid porridge
N
GRUELING
exhausting
A
GRUESOME
grisly; horrible
A
GRUFF
rough-manner
A
GUFFAW
boisterous laughter
N / V
GUILE
deceit;duplicity; wiliness; cunning
N
GUILELESS
without deceit
N
GUISE
appearance; costume
N
GULL // GULLIABLE
trick; hoodwink
trickable; easily deceived
V / N // A
GUSTATORY
affecting the sense of taste
A
GUSTO
enjoyment; enthusiasm
N
GUSTY
windy
A
GUY
cable or chain attached to something that needs to be braced or steadied
N
GYROSCOPE
apparatus used to maintain balance, ascertain direction, etc.
N
HABITUATE
accustom or familiarize; addict
V
HACKLES
hairs on back of the neck, exp. of a dog
A feeling of anger and animosity
N
HACKNEYED
commonplace; trite
A
HAGGARD
wasted away; gaunt
a
HAGGLE
argue about prices
V
HALCYON
calm; peaceful
A
HALE
healthy
A
HALLOWED
blessed; consecrated
A
HALLUCINATION
delusion
N
HALTING
hesitant; faltering
A
HAMPER
obstruct
V
HAP
chance; luck
N / V
HAPHAZARD
random; by chance
A
HAPLESS
unfortunate
A
HARANGUE
long, passionate, and vehement speech
N / V
HARASS
annoy by repeated attacks
V
HARBINGER
forerunner
N
HARBOR
provide a refuge for; hide
V / N
HARDY
sturdy; robust; able to stand inclement weather
A
HARPING / HARP
tiresome dwelling on a subject
N / V
HARROWING / HARROW
agonizing; distressing; traumatic
A / V
HARRY
harass, annoy, torment; raid
V
HATCH
deck opening; lid covering a deck opening
N
HAUGHTINESS
pride; arrogance
N
HAVEN
place of safety; refuge
N
HAZARDOUS
dangerous
A
HAZY
slightly obscure
A
HEADLONG
hasty, rash
A
HEADSTRONG
stubborn; willful; unyielding
A
HECKLER / HECKLE
person who verbally harrasses others
N / V
HEDONIST / HEDONISM
one who believes that pleasure is the sole aim of life
N
HEEDLESS / HEED
not noticiing; disregarding
A / V
HEGEMONY
dominance, esp. of one nation over others
N
HEINOUS
atrocious; hatefully bad
A
HERESY / HERETIC// HERETICAL
opinion contrary to popular belief; opinion contrary
N // A
HERMETIC
sealed by fusion so as to be airtight
obscure and mysterious; occult
A
HERMETAGE
home of a hermit
N
HERPETOLOGIST
one who studies reptiles
N
HETERODOX
unorthodox; unconventional
A
HETEROGENEOUS / HETEROGENEITY
dissimilar; mixed
A
HEW
cut to pieces with ax or sword
V / N
HEYDAY
time of greatest success; prime
N
HIATUS
gap; pause
N