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Gizzard
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Gizzard: (Anat.) The second, or true, muscular stomach of birds, in which the food is crushed and ground, after being softened in the glandular stomach (crop), or lower p
Glop
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Glop: Sticky pulp sticky disgusting liquid or food (Slang) something worthless (such as a piece of writing) mawkishness
Glycerin
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Glycerin: Glycerine, glycerol, sweet colorless viscous syrupy liquid (used in medicine, cosmetics and food manufacturing)
Glycerine
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Glycerine: Glycerin, glycerol, sweet colorless viscous syrupy liquid (used in medicine, cosmetics and food manufacturing)
Go into rhapsodies
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Go into rhapsodies: Go into a state of extreme happiness be ecstatic about (food or art)
Good food
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Good food: Tasty food, appetizing food food that is not spoiled, fresh food
Goose
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Goose: For hanser, Gr. hamsa. sq. root23 Cf. Gander, Gannet, Ganza, Gosling.] (Zo?l.) Any large web-footen bird of the subfamily Anserin?, and belonging to Anser, Branta
Gooseberry
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Gooseberry: (Bot.) Any thorny shrub of the genus Ribes also, the edible berries of such shrub. There are several species, of which Ribes Grossularia is the one commonly c
Goosegog
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Goosegog: (British) gooseberry, edible berry shrub which bears this fruit
Gorger
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Gorger: Person who eats food rapidly in a greedy manner, person who eats gluttonously, gluttonous person
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