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gadget a small tool or device with a clever design or unusual use.
gag1 to prevent from speaking or crying out by putting something across or inside the mouth. [3 definitions]
gag2 (informal) a joke or prank.
gaiety the state of being happy and cheerful.
gaily in a cheerful or happy way.
gain to get. [7 definitions]
gait a way of walking or running.
gal. an abbreviation for gallon, or gallons.
gala a happy celebration, especially a large, elaborate one.
galaxy a collection of billions of stars and other matter held together by gravity. Our planet Earth and the sun belong to the Milky Way galaxy. They are only tiny parts of this galaxy.
gale a strong wind of about thirty to sixty miles per hour. [2 definitions]
gallant brave and dashing.
gallery an upper floor which opens over a theater or large hall; balcony. [2 definitions]
galley a large, low ship of ancient and medieval times that was moved by oars and sometimes by sails. [2 definitions]
gallon a unit of measure equal to 4 quarts or 3.7854 liters. (abbreviated: gal.)
gallop to ride a horse at full speed. [3 definitions]
gallows a high wooden frame to which one or more ropes for hanging criminals are attached. Only two states in the United States still use hanging as a form of execution.
gamble to bet money or other things on the way a game, race, or other event will end. [4 definitions]
game something done for fun or amusement; play. [5 definitions]
gander an adult male goose.
gang1 a group of people who come together to cooperate in some activity. These activities may be just for fun, or they may involve crime. [2 definitions]