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English words containing ghi:

Meanings of Binghi:

noun

An aboriginal person.

Usage examples:

"what's the binghi doing in here?" he heard one white man say loudly.

Meanings of Coughing:

verb

Expel air from the lungs with a sudden sharp sound.

Usage examples:

He tried to speak and started to cough
noun

An act or sound of coughing.

Usage examples:

She gave a discreet cough

Counterweighing

ˌkaʊntəˈweɪ

Meanings of Counterweighing:

verb

Neutralize or cancel by exerting an opposite influence.

Usage examples:

The reduction in transport charges would be great enough to counterweigh the expenditure

Dinghies

ˈdɪŋ.ɡi

Meanings of Dinghies:

noun

A small boat for recreation or racing, especially an open boat with a mast and sails.

Usage examples:

Some categories of boats are full, such as yachts, sailing dinghies and self-drive motor boats.

Meanings of Doughier:

adjective

(of food) having a thick, malleable consistency.

Usage examples:

Doughy white bread

Meanings of Doughiest:

adjective

(of food) having a thick, malleable consistency.

Usage examples:

Doughy white bread

Dunghill

ˈdʌŋ.hɪl

Meanings of Dunghill:

noun

A heap of dung or refuse, especially in a farmyard.

Usage examples:

The clothing and bedding of plague victims are particularly dangerous, as are wooden buildings, ear…

Dunghills

ˈdʌŋ.hɪl

Meanings of Dunghills:

noun

A heap of dung or refuse, especially in a farmyard.

Usage examples:

The clothing and bedding of plague victims are particularly dangerous, as are wooden buildings, ear…

Meanings of Dunghilly:

noun

A heap of dung or refuse, especially in a farmyard.

Usage examples:

The clothing and bedding of plague victims are particularly dangerous, as are wooden buildings, ear…

Furloughing

ˈfɜː.ləʊ

Meanings of Furloughing:

verb

Grant leave of absence to.

noun

Suspension or discharge of a worker or workers on account of economic conditions or shortage of work, especially when temporary.

Usage examples:

Half of employers say they will put the majority of their staff on furlough

Ghi

ɡiː

Meanings of Ghi:

noun

Clarified butter made from the milk of a buffalo or cow, used in south asian cooking.

Usage examples:

A delicious meal cooked in ghee

Meanings of Ghibelline:

noun

A member of one of the two great political factions in italian medieval politics, traditionally supporting the holy roman emperor against the pope and his supporters, the guelphs.

Usage examples:

The italians fought endless civic wars under the banner of guelph or ghibelline, pope or empire, bu…

Ghibli

ˈɡɪbli

Meanings of Ghibli:

noun

A hot, dry southerly wind of north africa.

Usage examples:

Spring and summer can bring the hot, dusty sirocco wind from the sahara to malta, italy and greece,…

Ghillie

ˈɡɪl.i

Meanings of Ghillie:

noun

(in scotland) a man or boy who attends someone on a hunting or fishing expedition.

Usage examples:

In maybe three more minutes it would have been netted by the gillie, knocked on the head, to be dis…

Ghillies

ˈɡɪli

Meanings of Ghillies:

noun

(in scotland) a man or boy who attends someone on a hunting or fishing expedition.

Ghis

ɡiː

Meanings of Ghis:

noun

Clarified butter made from the milk of a buffalo or cow, used in south asian cooking.

Usage examples:

A delicious meal cooked in ghee

Hiccoughing

ˈhɪk.ʌp

Meanings of Hiccoughing:

verb

Have an attack of hiccups or a single hiccup.

Usage examples:

They lay about hiccuping and giggling
noun

An involuntary spasm of the diaphragm and respiratory organs, with a sudden closure of the glottis and a characteristic gulping sound.

Usage examples:

Then she got hiccups

Meanings of Highish:

adjective

Somewhat high.

Meanings of Inveighing:

verb

Speak or write about (something) with great hostility.

Usage examples:

He liked to inveigh against all forms of academic training
phrasal verb

To strongly criticize something or someone

Usage examples:

There were politicians who inveighed against immigrants to get votes.

Kirghiz

kɪəˈɡiːz

Meanings of Kirghiz:

noun

A member of an indigenous people of central asia, living chiefly in kyrgyzstan.

Usage examples:

In fact, the kirghiz were one of the first groups of afghan refugees to seek a haven in that country.
adjective

Relating to the kyrgyz or their language.

Usage examples:

Dressed in ill-fitting kyrgyz army fatigues - their clothes are in tatters and they have lost all t…

Laughing

lɑːf

Meanings of Laughing:

verb

Make the spontaneous sounds and movements of the face and body that are the instinctive expressions of lively amusement and sometimes also of derision.

Usage examples:

He rarely smiled or laughed
noun

An act of laughing.

Usage examples:

He has a long and hearty laugh at this old joke

Meanings of Laughing all the way to the bank:

idiom

To be earning a lot of money easily

Usage examples:

We'll be laughing all the way to the bank if this deal works out.

Meanings of Laughing-stock:

noun

Someone or something that seems stupid or silly, especially by trying to be serious or important and not succeeding

Usage examples:

Another performance like that and this team will be the laughing stock of the league.

Meanings of Laughingly:

adverb

In an amused way; with laughter.

Usage examples:

‘it just ended up being a huge success,’ spicer says laughingly, ‘and we couldn't figure it out.

Meanings of Laughingstock:

noun

A person subjected to general mockery or ridicule.

Usage examples:

She was the laughing stock of her class
phrase

An object of mockery or ridicule

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