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gondola a long, narrow boat with a flat bottom and high curved ends, propelled by a person standing at the stern using a long pole. Gondolas are used for carrying passengers on the canals of Venice, Italy. [2 definitions]
gone past participle of go. [3 definitions]
gong a large piece of metal shaped like a plate that makes a loud ringing sound when struck with a stick or hammer.
goo (informal) a thick, wet, or sticky substance.
good having qualities that are desired. [12 definitions]
goodbye a word used by or to someone who is leaving or ending a telephone call; farewell. [2 definitions]
Good Friday a Christian holiday on the Friday before Easter Sunday that marks the death of Jesus Christ.
good-hearted having a kind and generous nature.
good-looking attractive or pleasing in appearance; beautiful or handsome.
good-natured having or showing a pleasant, cheerful, or friendly character or mood.
goodness the quality or condition of being good. [2 definitions]
good night used to say good-bye at night.
goods things that belong to someone; possessions; belongings. [2 definitions]
good will a friendly or kindly feeling. [2 definitions]
goose a water bird that looks like a duck but is usually larger, with a longer neck and legs and a more pointed bill. Some geese are raised by farmers, and some are found in the wild. [4 definitions]
goose bump roughness of the skin that looks like the skin of a plucked goose. Goose bumps last only for a short while and are caused by cold or fear.
goose flesh roughness of the skin that looks like the skin of a plucked goose. Goose flesh lasts only for a short while and is caused by cold or fear.
goose pimple a small bump on the skin caused by cold or fear.
go overboard to do far too much, or with too much energy.
gopher a small rodent with gray or brown fur and a short tail. Gophers live in burrows and tunnel underground to look for food. They are also called pocket gophers, because they have pouches outside their cheeks where they carry food and nesting material. Gophers live in Central and North America.
gorge a narrow space between rocky cliffs. [2 definitions]