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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

Giddy: dizzy
Example: [feeling giddy]

Gig: two-wheeled carriage
Example: [as they drove down the street in their new gig]

Gigantic:
enormous, huge, massive
Example: [In the eastern sky there was a yellow patch like a rug laid for the feet of the coming sun; and against it, black and patternlike, loomed the gigantic figure of the colonel on a gigantic horse]

Gingerly:
very carefully
Example: [crack the egg gingerly]

Gingivitis:
inflammation of the gums

Gist:
essence
Example: [That was the gist of what he said]

Giver:
One who gives in any sense.

Glacial:
freezing, icy, hostile, cold, unfriendly, very slow
Example: [a glacial landscape]

Glacier:
a slowly moving mass of ice
Example: [As the glacier moved west, it carried huge amounts of rock and soil.,]

Gladden:
cheer up, please, delight
Example: [The flowers upon the mountain and the grass in the valley grow and bloom to gladden my sight as well as his]

Glaze:
burnish, to polish, gloss glimmer
Example: [glazed tiles]

Glazier:
One who cuts and fits panes of glass as for windows.

Glean:
gather
Example: [From what I was able to glean]

Glib:
insincere manner
Example: [No one was convinced by his glib answers]

Glimpse:
A momentary look.

Gloaming:
twilight
Example: [the snow began to fall in the gloaming]

Gloat:
malicious satisfaction to eye with intense
Example: [gloat over ill-gotten wealth]
English Dictionary Cum Vocabulary Word List for GMAT, SAT, GRE, GATE, TOEFL, IELTS, TOEIC, CAT, LSAT, ACT, SSC, BANK PO& Other exams


Globular: round, spherical, shaped like a ball, circular, global
Example: [The seed capsule is double, consisting of two globular portions more or less united, and containing numerous seeds]

Glossary:
brief explanation of words used in the text
Example: [see this word in the glossary]

Glossy:
smooth and shining
Example: [a glossy surface]

Glower:
stare angrily
Example: [There’s no point glowering at me like that]

Glut:
excess surplus
Example: [cause a glut in the market]

Glutinous:
Sticky

Glutton:
one who eats too much
Example: [be a gourmet without being a glutton]

Gluttonous:
Given to excess in eating
Example: [the gluttonous boy ate all cookies]

Gnarled:
twisted, contorted, knotty weather-beaten
Example: [a gnarled tree trunk]

Gnash:
To grind or strike the teeth together as from rage.

Gnome:
dwarf-like being
Example: [garden gnomes]

Goad:
encourage
Example: [He refused to be goaded by their insults]

Gorge:
satiate stuff
Example: [If you gorge yourself on chips like that, you won’t eat your dinner]

Gory:
bloody
Example: [the gory details of the operation]

Gossamer:
thin and flimsy
Example: [a gossamer veil]

Gouge:
scoop out overcharge
Example: [the enemy gouged out his eyes]

Gourmand:
A connoisseur in the delicacies of the table
Example: [the gourmand liked the dinner]
English Dictionary Cum Vocabulary Word List for GMAT, SAT, GRE, GATE, TOEFL, IELTS, TOEIC, CAT, LSAT, ACT, SSC, BANK PO& Other exams


Gourmet: a person with very fine taste of food an epicure
Example: [gourmet restaurant]

Graceless:
inelegant, clumsy, tasteless, awkward, vulgar, unattractive
Example: [a graceless imitation]

Gracious:
kindness
Example: [a gracious smile]

Gradation:
degree, A step, rank
Example: [the gradations of a ruler]

Gradient:
rising by degrees incline
Example: [a steep gradient]

Gradual:
by degrees
Example: [a gradual improvement]

Grafting:
implantation, transplantation, insertion, attachment
Example: [Grafting is a technique whereby tissues from one plant are inserted into those of another]

Granary:
A storehouse for grain
Example: [the crop was good and the granaries are full]

Grandeur:
magnificence, opulence, greatness
Example: [delusions of grandeur]

Grandiloquent:
Speaking in a bombastic style
Example: [grandiloquent language]

Grandiose:
large impressive
Example: [grandiose ceremony]

Grandstand:
to behave or speak in a way that is intended to impress the audience
Example: [I do not wish to get involved in a battle with grandstanding politicians]

Grantee:
a person who receives a grant, recipient
Example: [This means that the grantor has the legal title and right to possession, which right he conveys to the grantee]

Grantor:
The maker of a deed.

Granular:
grainy
Example: [granular sugar]

Granulate:
To form into grains
Example: [granulated sugar]
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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