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Gainsay
to deny, to declare falsely

She was too honest to gainsay the truth of the report
garble
to mix up or distort to make incomprehensibe, misleading
garner
to gather, to save up

He tried to garner support for his position
garrulty
talkativeness
garrulous
given to excessive or ranbling talk
gaucherie
awkward or tactless act, manner or expression
germane
being pertinent and fitting

His presence at her retirement party was germane as he was her boss for so many years
glean
to gather facts

The policeman tried to glean evidence
glib
showing little thought, preparation, or concern
gloat
to feel or express great, often malicious, self-satisfaction
glut
to overstock, fill beyond capacity, especially with food, satiate
goad
to urge on, urging a person to take action
gorge
eat greedily or narrow opening with a stream
gossamer
a soft sheer gauzy fabric
gouge
overcharge

a chisel with a rounded toughlike blade

He gouded the public with taxes
grandiloquent
pompous or bombastic speech or expression
gregarious
seeking the company or enjoyement of others
grievous
causing greif or pain
grovel
crawl, humble onself
guile
deceit, cunning, trickery