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Gizmos

ˈɡɪz.məʊ

Meanings of Gizmos:

noun

A gadget, especially one whose name the speaker does not know or cannot recall.

Usage examples:

The latest multimedia gizmo

Gizzard

ˈɡɪz.əd

Meanings of Gizzard:

noun

A muscular, thick-walled part of a bird's stomach for grinding food, typically with grit.

Usage examples:

They have been known, like other members of this group, to swallow grit to help grind coarse food i…

Meanings of Gizzards:

noun

A muscular, thick-walled part of a bird's stomach for grinding food, typically with grit.

Usage examples:

They have been known, like other members of this group, to swallow grit to help grind coarse food i…

Meanings of Gjetost:

noun

A very sweet, firm golden-brown norwegian cheese, traditionally made with goat's milk.

Usage examples:

A commonly used synonym of gjetost is gudbrandsdalsost; the gudbrand valley being its area of origin.

Meanings of Gjetosts:

noun

A very sweet, firm golden-brown norwegian cheese, traditionally made with goat's milk.

Usage examples:

A commonly used synonym of gjetost is gudbrandsdalsost; the gudbrand valley being its area of origin.

Meanings of Glabella:

noun

The smooth part of the forehead above and between the eyebrows.

Usage examples:

The reduced occipital muscle scars are placed on a much lower level than both the glabella and the …

Glabellae

ɡləˈbɛlə

Meanings of Glabellae:

noun

The smooth part of the forehead above and between the eyebrows.

Usage examples:

The reduced occipital muscle scars are placed on a much lower level than both the glabella and the …

Glabrate

ˈɡleɪbrət

Meanings of Glabrate:

adjective

Free from hair or down; smooth.

Usage examples:

The mature leaves are glabrate on both sides.

Meanings of Glabrous:

adjective

(chiefly of the skin or a leaf) free from hair or down; smooth.

Usage examples:

The regions of glabrous skin that have these epidermal ridges are especially richly supplied with c…

Meanings of Glace:

adjective

(of fruit) preserved in sugar.

Usage examples:

A glacé cherry

Glaceed

ˈɡlæs.eɪ

Meanings of Glaceed:

adjective

Preserved in liquid sugar and then dried

Usage examples:

Glacé fruit, you can decorate the cake with glacé cherries., remove the syrup from the glace cherri…

Glaces

ˌmær.ən ˈɡlæs.eɪ

Meanings of Glaces:

noun

Sweet chestnuts (= large, brown nuts that are cooked and eaten) cooked in sugar

Usage examples:

She brought a box of marrons glacés., each marron glace is individually wrapped in gold foil to ens…

Glacial

ˈɡleɪ.si.əl

Meanings of Glacial:

adjective

Relating to or denoting the presence or agency of ice, especially in the form of glaciers.

Usage examples:

Thick glacial deposits
noun

A glacial period.

Usage examples:

This then provides the opportunity for milankovich cycles to become the pacemaker of the ice ages, …

Glacially

ˈɡleɪ.si.əl.i

Meanings of Glacially:

adverb

In a way that involves a glacier (= a large mass of ice that moves slowly)

Usage examples:

The shifting ice produced the glacially dammed lakes to the southwest., glacially fed, the water in…

Glaciated

ˈɡleɪsɪeɪtɪd

Meanings of Glaciated:

adjective

Covered or having been covered by glaciers or ice sheets.

Usage examples:

A glaciated valley

Glacier

ˈɡlæs.i.ər

Meanings of Glacier:

noun

A slowly moving mass or river of ice formed by the accumulation and compaction of snow on mountains or near the poles.

Usage examples:

Above us, waterfalls tumbled down the mountainside from glaciers that hung over the lip of high cols.

Meanings of Glaciers:

noun

A slowly moving mass or river of ice formed by the accumulation and compaction of snow on mountains or near the poles.

Usage examples:

Above us, waterfalls tumbled down the mountainside from glaciers that hung over the lip of high cols.

Glaciologist

ˌɡleɪ.siˈɒl.ə.dʒɪst

Meanings of Glaciologist:

noun

A scientist who studies glaciers and other natural phenomena involving ice

Usage examples:

Glaciologists believe global warming is causing glaciers to retreat., lake imja was first photograp…

Glaciologists

ˌɡleɪ.siˈɒl.ə.dʒɪst

Meanings of Glaciologists:

noun

A scientist who studies glaciers and other natural phenomena involving ice

Usage examples:

Glaciologists believe global warming is causing glaciers to retreat., lake imja was first photograp…

Glaciology

ˌɡleɪ.siˈɒl.ə.dʒi

Meanings of Glaciology:

noun

The study of the internal dynamics and effects of glaciers.

Usage examples:

Both institutions will collaborate on synthesis, and will welcome involvement from parties with exp…

Meanings of Glacis:

noun

A bank sloping down from a fort which exposes attackers to the defenders' missiles.

Usage examples:

Built in the glacis style, there is no berm but a continuous 11 m. slope from the ditch bottom to t…

Glad

ɡlæd

Meanings of Glad:

adjective

Feeling pleasure or happiness.

Usage examples:

I'm really glad to hear that
verb

Make happy; please.

Usage examples:

Albion's lessening shore could grieve or glad mine eye
noun

A gladiolus.

Usage examples:

The glads were planted in early spring

Meanings of Glad-rags:

noun

Your glad rags are your best clothes

Usage examples:

Let's put on our glad rags and go out tonight!

Gladded

ɡlad

Meanings of Gladded:

verb

Make happy; please.

Usage examples:

Albion's lessening shore could grieve or glad mine eye
adjective

Feeling pleasure or happiness.

Usage examples:

I'm really glad to hear that
noun

A gladiolus.

Usage examples:

The glads were planted in early spring

Gladden

ˈɡlæd.ən

Meanings of Gladden:

verb

Make glad.

Usage examples:

The high, childish laugh was a sound that gladdened her heart

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