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generalize to come to a broad idea or rule about something after considering particular facts. [3 definitions]
generally for the most part. [2 definitions]
generate to bring into being or to produce.
generation the entire group of people who were born around the same time. [3 definitions]
generator a machine or device that produces electricity or other energy. [2 definitions]
generic applying to all members of a particular group. [2 definitions]
generosity the condition of being willing and ready to give.
generous willing to give or share; not selfish. [2 definitions]
genetic of, concerning, caused by, or influenced by heredity, especially by genes.
genetics (used with a singular verb) the science that studies how characteristics are passed on from parent to offspring. Genetics is concerned with the influence of genes on the appearance, development, and evolution of plants and animals.
genial cheerful and friendly. [2 definitions]
genie a spirit, often in human form, that will grant one's wishes. Genies are sometimes written about in Arabian literature.
genius an unusual ability to think or create in ways that go far beyond what most people can do. [2 definitions]
gentile (sometimes capitalized) a person who is not Jewish.
gentle kind; generous; mild. [4 definitions]
gentleman a polite and honorable man. [3 definitions]
gentlewoman a polite and honorable woman. [2 definitions]
gently softly or mildly; not harshly.
genuine true to what is claimed; real. [2 definitions]
genus a large group of different but closely related plants and animals. A genus contains more organisms than a species but fewer than a family.
geography the science of the earth's surface and all life on it. When studying geography, one learns about the different countries and people of the earth, its climate, its natural resources, and its oceans, rivers, and mountains. [2 definitions]