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Vocabulary Words Starts With “G”

English is the most important language in our life. We all must know English language it plays a vital role to get success in our life. Most of the companies are not selecting these people who are not comfortable with English language.

Most of the entrance exams also have an English section like MAT, CAT, and XAT etc. If you are preparing for these exams then you must read this page.

On this page we are going to provide you some very useful words in English which starts from letter G with meaning and a suitable example to improve your vocabulary.

 

Word

Meaning

Example

Gadfly

A persistently annoying person

Mr. Phelps is regarded here as the ultimate example of an irritating local gadfly.

Gainsay

Take exception to

That Whitman entertained a genuine affection for men and women is, of course, too obvious to be gainsaid.

Gale

A strong wind moving 45-90 knots, force 7 to 10 on Beaufort scale

The gale was accompanied, as usual, by incessant rain and thick weather, and a heavy confused sea kept our decks always flooded.

Garble

 Make false by mutilation or addition, as of a message or story

But the fact remains that the contradictory and inconsistent things said do reach the public, and usually in garbled and distorted form.

Garish

Tastelessly showy

With its opulently garish sets and knee-jerk realism, the production dwarfed the cast, no matter what stars were singing.

Gawk

Look with amazement, look stupidly

He speaks mainly of his humiliation at lying on the sidewalk as hipsters gawked.

Generate

Bring into existence

Qualities such as these are not generated under bad working practices of any sort.

Genesis

A coming into being

He found himself speculating on the genesis of the moral sense, how it developed in difficulties rather than in ease.

Gentility

Elegance by virtue of fineness of manner and expression

This was no rough bully of the seas; Carew’s bearing and dandified apparel bespoke gentility.

Gentry

The most powerful members of a society

The mode of travel of the gentry was riding horses, but most people travelled by walking.

Gestate

Have the idea for

Mr. Lucas’s most recent project, still gestating, is collaboration with Cuban musicians.

Gird

Prepare oneself for a military confrontation

Protesters are girding for another police raid as several City Council members have called on protesters to leave.

Gist

The central meaning or theme of a speech or literary work

The syntax was a little off, even comical at times, but I got the gist of what was going on.

Glib

Having only superficial plausibility

The other sort of engineer understands that glib comparisons between computers and humans don’t do justice to the complexities of either.

Gouge

Obtain by coercion or intimidation

Shortages also have raised concerns about higher prices and gouging by wholesale drug companies that obtain supplies of hard-to-get drugs and jack up the costs.

Granary

A storehouse for threshed grain or animal feed

Here is where he does his husking, and the “clear corn” produced is stored away in some underground granary till It is needed.

Grandiloquent

Lofty in style

A large part of his duties will be to strut about on the stage, and mouth more or less unintelligible sentences in a grandiloquent tone.

Grant

Allow to have

He had been granted entry into the White House only for the daily briefing, later that afternoon.

Grapple

Come to terms with

But, he said, all coastal communities will have to grapple with rising seas.

Grisly

Shockingly repellent, inspiring horror

Television video showed a heavily damaged building and a grisly scene inside, with clothing and prayer mats scattered across a blood-splattered floor.

Grove

A small growth of trees without underbrush

Soon after we came to Pasadena, father bought an orange grove of twenty-five acres.

Grovel

Show submission or fear

The two young men who drove them had fallen flat and were grovelling and wailing for mercy.

Grudging

Petty or reluctant in giving or spending

Expect delays, scattered outages and surly, grudging customer service in the interim.

Gusto

Vigorous and enthusiastic enjoyment

The audience, surprisingly large given the inclement weather, responded with gusto, applauding each song, including those within the Shostakovich cycle.

 

 

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