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English words containing gies:

Meanings of Aetiologies:

noun

The cause, set of causes, or manner of causation of a disease or condition.

Usage examples:

The importance of sunlight in the aetiology of melanoma

Meanings of Aggies:

noun

An agriculturalist, specifically a student at an agricultural college. frequently (and in earliest use): a member of a sports team from such a college; (in plural) the team itself.

adjective

Of or belonging to an aggy or aggies; relating to an agricultural college, department, team, etc.

Meanings of Allergies:

noun

A damaging immune response by the body to a substance, especially a particular food, pollen, fur, or dust, to which it has become hypersensitive.

Usage examples:

Symptoms of a food allergy usually develop within about an hour after eating the offending food.

Meanings of Amphibologies:

noun

A phrase or sentence that is grammatically ambiguous, such as she sees more of her children than her husband.

Usage examples:

What is perhaps most revealing about his text is its composite character, as it enacts what browne …

Meanings of Analogies:

noun

A comparison between one thing and another, typically for the purpose of explanation or clarification.

Usage examples:

An analogy between the workings of nature and those of human societies

Meanings of Anthologies:

noun

A published collection of poems or other pieces of writing.

Usage examples:

An anthology of european poetry

Meanings of Antilogies:

noun

A contradiction in terms or ideas.

Usage examples:

In hopkins's poetic practice, this is rendered by the frequent use of antilogies to qualify the div…

Meanings of Apologies:

noun

A regretful acknowledgement of an offence or failure.

Usage examples:

We owe you an apology
phrase

A message politely telling someone that you cannot be present at their meeting or party

Usage examples:

The vice chair has sent his apologies - he's abroad at present., apologies were received from phil …

Meanings of Axiologies:

noun

The study of the nature of value and valuation, and of the kinds of things that are valuable.

Usage examples:

One of the central questions in axiology is this: what elements can contribute to the intrinsic val…

Meanings of Baggies:

noun

A small plastic bag of a kind typically used for storing food.

Usage examples:

Kid's cooking feature, how to make ice cream in a baggie, as featured in fabulous foods, the net's …

Meanings of Baggiest:

adjective

(of clothing) loose and hanging in folds.

Usage examples:

Baggy trousers
noun

Loose, wide-legged trousers or shorts.

Usage examples:

Young men sport baggies low on their hips, exposing calvin klein boxers and a line of hair.

Meanings of Biggies:

noun

A big, important, or successful person or thing.

Usage examples:

Composers including most of the biggies like brahms, wagner, or mendelssohn

Meanings of Bingies:

noun

The stomach.

Meanings of Bioecologies:

noun

The ecology of organisms and their interactions with each other; the branch of science concerned with this.

Biotechnologies

ˌbaɪ.əʊ.tekˈnɒl.ə.dʒi

Meanings of Biotechnologies:

noun

The use of living things, esp. cells and bacteria, in industrial processes

Boggiest

ˈbɒɡi

Meanings of Boggiest:

adjective

Too wet and muddy to be easily walked on; marshy.

Usage examples:

The shrub grows naturally in boggy ground

Bogies

ˈbəʊ.ɡi

Meanings of Bogies:

noun

An evil or mischievous spirit.

Usage examples:

Bogeys and other unpleasant denizens of the night

Boogies

ˈbuː.ɡi

Meanings of Boogies:

noun

A style of blues played on the piano with a strong, fast beat.

Usage examples:

The strident boogie of the title track
verb

Dance to pop or rock music.

Usage examples:

Pat went off to boogie to a steel band

Meanings of Bougies:

noun

A thin, flexible surgical instrument for exploring or dilating a passage of the body.

Usage examples:

Patients are placed under local or general anesthesia and the stricture is dilated using a flexible…
adjective

Exhibiting qualities attributed to the middle class, especially pretentiousness or conventionality.

Usage examples:

The candlelit cocktail party was pretty bougie

Brachylogies

brəˈkɪlədʒi

Meanings of Brachylogies:

noun

Excessive briefness in speech or writing.

Usage examples:

A subject that is a part of an idiom may also be omitted by brachylogy.

Meanings of Budgies:

noun

A budgerigar.

Usage examples:

Also rescued were their pet birds a cockatiel, two parrots and three budgies.

Buggies

ˈbʌɡi

Meanings of Buggies:

noun

A small motor vehicle, typically with an open top.

Usage examples:

A golf buggy
adjective

Infested with bugs.

Usage examples:

We pressed on through the buggy undergrowth

Meanings of Buggiest:

adjective

Infested with bugs.

Usage examples:

We pressed on through the buggy undergrowth
noun

A small motor vehicle, typically with an open top.

Usage examples:

A golf buggy

Bulgiest

ˈbʌldʒi

Meanings of Bulgiest:

adjective

Swollen, protruding, or curving outwards.

Usage examples:

Ugly creatures with bulgy eyes

Chronologies

krəˈnɒlədʒi

Meanings of Chronologies:

noun

The arrangement of events or dates in the order of their occurrence.

Usage examples:

The novel abandons the conventions of normal chronology

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