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annoy; exasperate; chafe; N: skin sore caused by rubbing (as on the skin of a horse); exasperation
of the production of electricity by the action of an acid on a metal; having the effect of an electric shock; Ex. galvanic cell; galvanic effect; CF. Luigi Galvani
stimulate or shock by an electric current; stimulate by shock; shock into action; stir up; coat with rust-resistant zinc by using electricity
decay of body tissue caused by insufficient blood supply (usually following injury); ADJ. gangrenous
mixed up; jumbled; distorted; V. garble: mix up or distort (a message) to such an extent as to make misleading or unintelligible
decorate; add a garnish to; decorate (food or drink) with small items such as lemon slices; N.
vague statement; general statement which is not detailed; quality of being general; greater part; most; Ex. generality of people
people of standing(rank or position); people of good family or high social position; class of people just below nobility
earliest form of an organism; seed or bud; something that may develop into something larger or more important; microbe
change voting district lines in order to favor a political party; N. CF. Elbridge Gerry + (sala)mander
evolve as in prenatal growth; N. gestation: period of development from conception until birth
light-hearted; not serious; frivolous; dizzy; causing dizziness; Ex. giddy youth; Ex. giddy climb/height
cover with a thin and shiny surface; apply a glaze to; N: thin, smooth, shiny coating (as for pottery); Ex. unglazed pottery
gather leavings; gather grain left behind by reapers; gather bit by bit (facts or information) often with difficulty
shine brightly with flashing points of light; Ex. glittering diamond ring; N: sparkling light; attractiveness; glamor; Ex. glitter of the sun on the waves
express evil satisfaction; look at or think about with evil satisfaction; view malevolently; Ex. The thief gloated over the stolen jewels.
smooth and shining; N. gloss: shiny brightness on a surface; superficially attractive appearance; Ex. gloss of good manners
shine brightly without a flame (as of eyes or metals); show redness and heat (in the face) after hard work or because of strong feelings; N: light produced by a heated body; brilliance of a color
someone who eats too much; ADJ. gluttonous: given to gluttony; greedy; CF. gluttony: habit of eating too much
urge on; drive with a goad; cause (someone) to do something by continued annoyance; Ex. They goaded him into doing it by saying he was a coward; N: sharp-pointed stick for driving cattle; stimulus; CF. annoy continually
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