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English Dictionary Cum Vocabulary Word List for GMAT, SAT, GRE, GATE, TOEFL, IELTS, TOEIC, CAT, LSAT, ACT, SSC, BANK PO & Other exams

Gargantuan: large
Example: [a gargantuan appetite]

Gargoyle: waterspout carved in grotesque figures on a building

Garish:
gaudy, showy, ostentatious flamboyant
Example: [a garish necklace]

Garner:
gather
Example: [to garner several awards]

Garnish:
decorate
Example: [Garnish the dish with mint before serving]

Garrison:
military base, stronghold, soldiers defending a fortress or town, military post
Example: [to assist our garrison against the other party]

Garrote:
strangle to death, suffocate, a wire used for strangling, stifle, an instrument of execution
Example: [He cleared his throat as though to disembarrass it of a garrote. People were garrotted during the Spanish Inquisition]

Garrulity:
talkativeness, verbosity, chattiness, wordiness, quality of being excessively talkative or wordy
Example: [Caroline, depressed as she was, felt the dame’s garrulity like a pinch on her impatience]

Garrulous:
loquacious, talkative, wordy
Example: [the garrulous old gentleman]

Gasconade:
boastfulness bluster
Example: [behind his front of gasconade and pompous talk]

Gaseous:
of, relating to, or resembling a gas
Example: [gaseous or liquid samples]

Gastric:
Of pertaining to or near the stomach.

Gastronomy:
The art of preparing and serving appetizing food

Gauche:
crude awkward
Example: [a gauche teenager]

Gaudy:
vulgarly showy excessively bright
Example: [her gaudy taste in clothes appalled us]

Gauge:
An instrument for measuring.

Gaunt:
emaciated thin
Example: [Her face was gaunt and gray]
English Dictionary Cum Vocabulary Word List for GMAT, SAT, GRE, GATE, TOEFL, IELTS, TOEIC, CAT, LSAT, ACT, SSC, BANK PO& Other exams


Gauntlet: leather glove
Example: [take up the gauntlet and meet the adversary]

Gawk:
stare stupidly, gaze, glance, look, stupid person
Example: [Well, isn’t there some place we can go where we won’t be gawked at by all these hoodlums?]

Gazette:
official periodical publication
Example: [he read the gazette regularly]

Gendarme:
a soldier, esp. in France, a French police officer
Example: [They took me at my word and placed a gendarme with a bared sabre at the gateway by the hedge. The gendarme stumbled and dropped his rifle]

Genealogy:
ancestry
Example: [the genealogy of my family]

Generality:
most
Example: [the generality of young people]

Generally:
Ordinarily.

Generic:
general
Example: [generic drugs]

Genesis:
beginning
Example: [research into the genesis of cancer]

Genetics:
study of heredity

Geniality:
Warmth and kindliness of disposition
Example: [the geniality of the shop owner, who tries to make everyone happy]

Genital:
Of or pertaining to the animal reproductive organs.

Genre:
category kind
Example: [a literary genre]

Genteel:
elegant
Example: [genteel manners]

Gentile:
atheist, nonreligious person, non-Jewish/non-Muslim
Example: [“Tribu” were possibly gentile groups, united by common descent, and included individuals connected by marriage]

Gentility:
refinement those of gentle birth
Example: [her family was proud of its gentility and elegance]

Gentry:
class of people
Example: [the local gentry]
English Dictionary Cum Vocabulary Word List for GMAT, SAT, GRE, GATE, TOEFL, IELTS, TOEIC, CAT, LSAT, ACT, SSC, BANK PO& Other exams


Genuflect: kneel in reverence
Example: [People were genuflecting in front of the altar]

Geology:
The department of natural science that treats of the constitution and structure of the earth.

Geriatrics:
pertaining to old age

Germane:
Relevant
Example: [a germane answer]

Germinal:
creative related to a germ
Example: [a germinal idea]

Germinate:
To begin to develop into an embryo or higher form
Example: [The beans will only germinate if the temperature is warm enough]

Gerrymander:
to rearrange voting districts to suit the interests of a party

Gestate:
to carry in womb
Example: [the scheme was being gestated by the conspirators]

Gestation:
Pregnancy
Example: [The period of gestation]

Gesticulate:
To make gestures or motions
Example: [man outside the window was gesticulating wildly]

Gesticulation:
gesture, wave, motion, signal, hand signal
Example: [They express thoughts and emotions by gesticulation]

Ghastly:
horrible
Example: [the ghastly details]

Gibber:
to utter senseless / inarticulate talk
Example: [the demented man gibbered incoherently]

Gibberish:
nonsensical speech, nonsense, foolish talk, prattle, unintelligible language
Example: [His language might be gibberish to her, but it was clear that he was trying to entertain her, even woo her]

Gibbet:
gallows
Example: [the bodies were hanging from the gibbet]

Gibe:
heckle
Example: [She gibed constantly at the way he ran his business]
English Dictionary Cum Vocabulary Word List for GMAT, SAT, GRE, GATE, TOEFL, IELTS, TOEIC, CAT, LSAT, ACT, SSC, BANK PO& Other exams


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