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|Gain ||prp||OE. geán against, over against, on the opposite side; contrary.
 
|Gain ||prp||OE. geán against, over against, on the opposite side; contrary.
 
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|Gainbirth ||n.||OE: again, once more, anew: regeneration.
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|Gain ||||OE: again, once more, anew: regeneration.
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|Gainbirth ||n.||(OE: again, once more, anew: regeneration.
 
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|Gainbite ||n.||Remorse; biteback.
 
|Gainbite ||n.||Remorse; biteback.
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|Gainstanding ||n||The act or an instance of opposing.
 
|Gainstanding ||n||The act or an instance of opposing.
 
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|Gainy ||adj||Profitable, advantageous
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|Gainy ||adj||Profitable, advantageous.??????
 
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|Gainyield ||n||Recompense, return, reward.
 
|Gainyield ||n||Recompense, return, reward.
 
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|Gair ||n||Isolated strip of tender grass; see '''Gore''''' as is Kensington Gore''
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|'''Gair''' ||n||Isolated strip of tender grass; see '''Gore''''' as is Kensington Gore''
 
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|Galder ||n||Charm, incantation, song.
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|'''Galder''' ||n||Charm, incantation, song.
 
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|Gale ||n||The plant "Bog Myrtle"
 
|Gale ||n||The plant "Bog Myrtle"
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|Gallowness ||n||Mischief, perversity.
 
|Gallowness ||n||Mischief, perversity.
 
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|Gallows ||n||Wooden framework on which persons are put to death by hanging. 2. (colloquial, obsolete) a wretch who deserves to be hanged. 3. (printing, obsolete) the rest for the tympan when raised. 4. (colloquial, obsolete) suspenders; braces
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|Gallows ||n||Wooden framework on which persons are put to death by hanging. 2. (colloquial, obsolete) a wretch who deserves to be hanged.  3. (printing, obsolete) the rest for the tympan when raised. 4. (colloquial, obsolete) suspenders; braces
 
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|Gallowsome ||adj||Having the nature of gall.
 
|Gallowsome ||adj||Having the nature of gall.
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|Gally ||adj||Resembling gall in taste; bitter, gall-like.
 
|Gally ||adj||Resembling gall in taste; bitter, gall-like.
 
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|Galp ||vb ||To boast
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|'''Galp''' ||vb ||To boast
 
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|Galster ||n||Magpie or elster
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|'''Galster''' ||n||Magpie or elster
 
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|Galstre ||vb||To make a noise of outcry.
 
|Galstre ||vb||To make a noise of outcry.
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|Game ||phr||"Off One's Game" - playing badly.
 
|Game ||phr||"Off One's Game" - playing badly.
 
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|Game ||phr||"Only Game in Town" - the only event worthy of attention.
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|Game ||phr||"Only Game In Town" - the only event worthy of attention.
 
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|Game ||phr||"On (Off) One's Game" - performing at ones best/worse.
 
|Game ||phr||"On (Off) One's Game" - performing at ones best/worse.
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|Game ||phr||"Play the Game" - to act so as to secure the advantage or interest. 2. to observe the letter and the spirit of the rules and behave in an honorable way.
 
|Game ||phr||"Play the Game" - to act so as to secure the advantage or interest. 2. to observe the letter and the spirit of the rules and behave in an honorable way.
 
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|Game ||phr||"Put Somebody Off His/Her Game" - distract somebody while playing a game or (activity).
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|Game ||phr||"Put Somebody Off his/her Game" - distract somebody while playing a game or (activity).
 
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|Game ||phr||"So-and-So is the Name of the Game" - so-and-so is the essential element of the game.
 
|Game ||phr||"So-and-So is the Name of the Game" - so-and-so is the essential element of the game.
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|Game ||phr||"The Game's Afoot" the hare has started; the enterprize has begun.
 
|Game ||phr||"The Game's Afoot" the hare has started; the enterprize has begun.
 
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|Game ||phr||"The Game is (Not) Worth the Candle" - the profits results, results, or pleasures gained from doing something is (not) worth the trouble, or expense, involved
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|Game ||phr||"The Game Is (Not) Worth the Candle" - the profits results, results, or pleasures gained from doing something is (not) worth the trouble, or expense, involved
 
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|Game ||phr||"The Game is Up (or Over)" - the situation is lost. 2. you have been discovered (committing a crime or deception.) 3. escape is impossible.
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|Game ||phr||"The Game is Up (or over)" - the situation is lost. 2. you have been discovered (committing a crime or deception.) 3. escape is impossible.
 
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|Game ||phr||"The Game of Life" - human existence seen as similar to a competitive game.
 
|Game ||phr||"The Game of Life" - human existence seen as similar to a competitive game.
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|Game ||phr||"The Same Old Game" - the course best suited to one's interest.
 
|Game ||phr||"The Same Old Game" - the course best suited to one's interest.
 
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|Game ||phr||"Two Can Play at that Game" - one or others can act in a similar way (usu. said as a threat or retaliation for unfair dealing; as a spouse who is having an affair. 2. it is possible to retaliate.
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|Game ||phr||"Two Can Play At That Game" - one or others can act in a similar way (usu. said as a threat or retaliation for unfair dealing; as a spouse who is having an affair. 2. it is possible to retaliate.
 
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|Game ||phr||"What's His/Her Game?" - what are (you) doing? 2. what is the significance of his/her actions?
 
|Game ||phr||"What's His/Her Game?" - what are (you) doing? 2. what is the significance of his/her actions?
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|Gamefully ||adv||Playfully, jestingly.
 
|Gamefully ||adv||Playfully, jestingly.
 
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|Game-gall ||n||Satirical retort (playfully biting).
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|Game-gall ||n||Satirical retort. (playfully biting).
 
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|Gaming ||n||The act of playing for stakes in the hope of winning (including the payment of a price for a chance to win a prize.)
 
|Gaming ||n||The act of playing for stakes in the hope of winning (including the payment of a price for a chance to win a prize.)
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|Gaming ||adj||Gameful, sportive, jocular.
 
|Gaming ||adj||Gameful, sportive, jocular.
 
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|Gaming-house ||n||Gambling house, casino
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|Gaming-house ||n||Gambling House, casino
 
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|Galstre ||vb||To make noise
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|'''Galstre''' ||vb||To make noise
 
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|Gammon ||n||Form or variant of gamble.
 
|Gammon ||n||Form or variant of gamble.
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|Gane ||vb||Yawn, gape, open the mouth widely.
 
|Gane ||vb||Yawn, gape, open the mouth widely.
 
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|Gang ||n||Way, passage, carriage, walking, mode of going, stream course, rung, step, set of things, persons, (collectively) articles, coffle, herd.
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|Gang ||n||Way, passage, carriage, walking, mode of going, stream course, rung, step, set of things, persons,(collectively) articles, coffle, herd.
 
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|Gang ||phr||"Be of a Gang" - to belong to the same group, society, etc. 2. to have the same interests.
 
|Gang ||phr||"Be of a Gang" - to belong to the same group, society, etc. 2. to have the same interests.
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|Gannet ||n||Solan goose. NB: Gannet for gen(eral) info: greedy for information, knowledge or knowning
 
|Gannet ||n||Solan goose. NB: Gannet for gen(eral) info: greedy for information, knowledge or knowning
 
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|Gare ||n||Javelin, spear
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|'''Gare''' ||n||Javelin, spear
 
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|Garfish ||n||A fish with a long, sharp nose or snout, a gar "Belone vulgaris"
 
|Garfish ||n||A fish with a long, sharp nose or snout, a gar "Belone vulgaris"
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|Garlic ||n||A plant of the allium family; the garlic wort
 
|Garlic ||n||A plant of the allium family; the garlic wort
 
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|Garlic God ||n||An allusion to the Roman god: Juvenal
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|'''Garlic God''' ||n||An allusion to the Roman god: Juvenal
 
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|Garlickless ||n||Devoid or lacking garlic.
 
|Garlickless ||n||Devoid or lacking garlic.
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|Garlic-wall ||n||The satirical name applied by people of Gibraltar to the Spanish barrier which closed the frontier to La Linea in 1969 as a consequence of Spain's claim to the Rock.
 
|Garlic-wall ||n||The satirical name applied by people of Gibraltar to the Spanish barrier which closed the frontier to La Linea in 1969 as a consequence of Spain's claim to the Rock.
 
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|Garnwindle ||n||Yarnwindle: a rotary applicaance, on which a skein of yarn is placed in order to be more easily wound in to a ball.
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|'''Garnwindle''' ||n||Yarnwindle: a rotary applicaance, on which a skein of yarn is placed in order to be more easily wound in to a ball.
 
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|Gast ||adj||Frightening, alarming, scary.
 
|Gast ||adj||Frightening, alarming, scary.
 
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|Gastness ||adj||Terrifying in appearance
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|'''Gastness''' ||adj||Terrifying in appearance
 
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|Gate ||n||Road, way, path, street.
 
|Gate ||n||Road, way, path, street.
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|Gate Night ||n||Around New York, Connecticut, Rhode Island, Canada) a particular night, commonly the night of the 30th to the 31st of October, during which young people play pranks and do mischief in their neighborhoods. 2. Mischief night.
 
|Gate Night ||n||Around New York, Connecticut, Rhode Island, Canada) a particular night, commonly the night of the 30th to the 31st of October, during which young people play pranks and do mischief in their neighborhoods. 2. Mischief night.
 
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|Gateshodel ||n||Crossways
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|'''Gateshodel''' ||n||Crossways
 
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|Gatestead ||n||A gateway
 
|Gatestead ||n||A gateway
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|Gatewright ||n||A maker of gates.
 
|Gatewright ||n||A maker of gates.
 
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|Gather ||vb||Collect, assemble, crowd together, draw or come together, amass, pull close. 2. fold in, or under by sewing. 2. to gather or draw as a festering sore. 3. pick up inf, ormation about people. 4. gather something as in a harvest of fruit, grain or other crops. 5. pull (someone) into one's arms. 6. gather one's breath. 7. gather one's thoughts. 8. understand or infer.
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|Gather ||vb||Collect, assemble, crowd together, draw or come together, amass, pull close. 2. fold in, or under by sewing. 2. to gather or draw as a festering sore. 3. pick up inf, ormation about people. 2. gather something as in a harvest of fruit, grain or other crops. 5. pull (someone) into one's arms. 6. gather one's breath. 7. gather one's thoughts. 8. understand or infer.
 
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|Gather ||n||"The Gather" ("The pluck"), that is the heart liver, lights (lungs) of an animal
 
|Gather ||n||"The Gather" ("The pluck"), that is the heart liver, lights (lungs) of an animal
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|Gather ||phr||"Gather Steam" - to move or progress at an increasing speed.
 
|Gather ||phr||"Gather Steam" - to move or progress at an increasing speed.
 
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|Gather ||phr||"Gather Together" - to collect, assemble (of people or things).
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|Gather ||phr||"Gather Together" - to collect, assemble ( of people or things.)
 
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|Gather ||phr||"Gather To One's Fathers" - die, pass away.
 
|Gather ||phr||"Gather To One's Fathers" - die, pass away.
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|Gat-toothed ||adj||Goat-toothed, lustful, wanton.
 
|Gat-toothed ||adj||Goat-toothed, lustful, wanton.
 
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|Gavel ||n||Interest on money lent, chiefly in legal terms, relating to payments or services exacted from tenants. 2. a tribute, tax, impost
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|'''Gavel''' ||n||Interest on money lent, chiefly in legal terms, relating to payments or services exacted from tenants. 2. a tribute, tax, impost
 
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|Gavel ||vb||"To Set to Gavel" - to let out for a payment.
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|Gavel ||vb||'''To Set to Gavel'''- to let out for a payment.
 
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|Gavelling ||n||Usury; terms relating to payment exacted from tenants by the lord.
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|'''Gavelling''' ||n||Usury; terms relating to payment exacted from tenants by the lord.
 
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|Gavelbread ||n||Corn-rent or provision of bread and corn, required as a rent or tribute to be paid in kind by the tenant.
 
|Gavelbread ||n||Corn-rent or provision of bread and corn, required as a rent or tribute to be paid in kind by the tenant.
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|Gavelearth ||n||Plowing duty or work done by the tenant for his lord.
 
|Gavelearth ||n||Plowing duty or work done by the tenant for his lord.
 
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|Gavelkind ||n||The name of the land tenure existing chiefly in Kent, orig. same as socage, under which the tenants land on death was divided equally among his sons.
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|'''Gavelkind''' ||n||The name of the land tenure existing chiefly in Kent, orig. same as socage, under which the tenants land on death was divided equally among his sons.
 
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|Gavel-land ||n||Land liable to tribute or tax; rented land.
 
|Gavel-land ||n||Land liable to tribute or tax; rented land.

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