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Gad
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Gad: To walk about to rove or go about, without purpose hence, to run wild to be uncontrolled. "The gadding vine." Milton. Why gaddest thou about so much to change thy wa
Gadarene
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Gadarene: Headlong, fast and without thinking precipitate
Gadder
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Gadder: One who roves about idly, a rambling gossip.
Gadding
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Gadding: Going about much, needlessly or without purpose. Envy is a gadding passion, and walketh the streets. Bacon. The good nuns would check her gadding tongue. Tennyso
Gaddingly
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Gaddingly: In a roving, idle manner.
Gaddish
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Gaddish: Disposed to gad. Gad"dish*nes, n. "Gaddishness and folly." Abp. Leighton.
Gade
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Gade: To gather. [Obs.] Chaucer.
Gadfly
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Gadfly: Any dipterous insect of the genus Oestrus, and allied genera of botflies. Note: The sheep gadfly (Oestrus ovis) deposits its young in the nostrils of sheep, and t
Gadget
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Gadget: Mechanical device device useful for a particular job contraption, contrivance appliance, accessory
Gadgetologist
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Gadgetologist: Person who is skilled in using new gadgets without having to use the instruction manual
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