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38 Cards in this Set

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gall (n)
bitterness; careless nerve
gall (v)
to exasperate and irritate
gambol
to dance or skip around playfully
gamely
courageously
gargantuan
giant, tremendous
garner
to gather and store
garrulous
very talkative
gaunt
thin and bony
gavel
mallet used for commanding attention
genre
type, class, category
germinate
to begin to grow (as with a seed or idea)
gestation
growth process from conception to birth
gibe
to make heckling, taunting remarks
girth
distance around something
glib
fluent in an insincere manner; offhand, casual
global
involving the entire world; relating to a whole
glower
to glare, stare angrily and intensely
gluttony
eating and drinking to excess
gnarl
to make knotted, deform
gnostic
having to do with knowledge
goad
to prod or urge
gradation
process occurring by regular degrees or stages; variation in color
grandiloquence
pompous talk, fancy but meaningless language
granular
having a grainy texture
grasp (v)
to perceive and understand; to hold securely
gratis
free, costing nothing
gratuitous
free, voluntary; unnecessary and unjustified
gratuity
something given voluntarily, tip
gregarious
outgoing, sociable
grievous
causing grief or sorrow; serious and distressing
grimace
facial expression showing pain or digust
grimy
dirty, filthy
gross (adj)
obscene; blatant, flagrant
gross (n)
total before deductions
grovel
to humble oneself in a demeaning way
guile
trickery, deception
gullible
easily deceived
gustatory
relating to sense of taste