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Gape
VERB
to stare open-mouthed in amazement
Garble
VERB
to distort in such a way as to mistake unintelligible
Gloat
VERB
to regard with excessive or mailicious satisfaction
Goad
NOUN/VERB
to drive or urge on
Graphic
ADJECTIVE
relating to a drawn or pictorial representation; visual
Gratuitous
ADJECTIVE
freely given; done without recompense
Gregarious
AJECTIVE
enjoying the company of others; social
Grimace
NOUN/VERB
a twisted facial expression indicating pain, disgust, or disapproval
Grope
VERB
to feel around uncertainly for
Grueling
ADJECTIVE
extremely demanding and exhausting
Gruesome
ADJECTIVE
causing great shock, horror, and repugnance
Gullible
ADJECTIVE
easily cheated or deceived
Haggard
ADJECTIVE
worn and exhausted from anxiety, disease, hunger, or fatigue
Harangue
NOUN/VERB
a long, emotional public address designed to arouse strong feelings
Harbinger
NOUN/VERB
a forerunner
Haughty
ADJECTIVE
scornfully superior and aloof
Heinous
ADJECTIVE
grossly wicked or vile
Ignominy
NOUN
dishonor or disgrace usually resulting from some sort of shameful conduct
Illicit
ADJECTIVE
unlawful, illegal
Immaculate
ADJECTIVE
entirely free of stain, blemish, fault, or error; spotless
Immunity
NOUN
exemption from something, especially a disease
Immutable
ADJECTIVE
not subject to change or modification
Impasse
NOUN
a deadlock or dead end
Impediment
NOUN
a hindrance or obstruction
Impervious
ADJECTIVE
incapable of being penetrated or affected
Implacable
ADJECTIVE
incapable of being pacified or appeased; inflexible
Implicit
ADJECTIVE
understood, implied
Impugn
VERB
to call into question; to case doubt on
Incarcerate
VERB
to put in jail or otherwise confine
Incense
VERB
to make violently angry