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gait
an individual's style of running, walking, or stepping
garbled
confused or unclear in meaning; ambiguous
garish
the quality of being displayed excessively or tastelessly
garnish
fruit or vegetable pieces added to food or drinks to enhance their appearance
garrulous
talkative, outgoing; gregarious, ebullient
gash
a long, deep cut
gauge
a small machine which is used for measuring
gear
to make to satisfy a certain condition
genial
polite, well-mannered
gimmick
a trick or feature used to attract to attention
glum
without hope, depressed
gnaw
to chew on, esp. continuously
go-ahead
a gesture of authority or approval
gobble
to eat quickly or greedily
go-between
an individual who makes arrangements or mediates
gorgeous
very beautiful, stunning
grain
seeds of cereal plants, such as corn or wheat
grasp
1) to hold or embrace with the hands or arms; 2) to understand
graze
to feed on grass
grimy
dirty, filthy
grove
a small group of trees, which often bear fruit or nuts
grumble
to complain, to whine
haggle
to engage in discussions with buyers or sellers in order to agree upon a price; negotiate
hamlet
a small town or village
handy
near at hand; easy to use; convenient
harvest
to gather produce from a field
haughty
overly proud; arrogant
haunted
relating to places that are believed to be occupied by ghosts or spirits of the dead
hearth
the floor of a fireplace
hearty
relating to physical strength and good health
hectic
exceptionally active or busy
heinous
exceptionally shocking or horrible
hilarious
very funny or humorous
hindrance
the action of holding back, delaying, or preventing the progress of something; obstacle, stumbling block
hindsight
the understanding of the consequences of an event after it has occurred
hoarse
unpleasant or rough in sound
hoax
a fictitious report of a sighting or event
hollow
relating to objects that are not solid in content
hunch
an instinctive feeling or idea
hurl
to throw with the great force or strength
hushed
quiet, subdued