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Ganges a river that flows eastward across northern India and central Bangladesh and into the Indian Ocean.
Ganges River a river that flows eastward across northern India and central Bangladesh and into the Indian Ocean.
gang hook a fishhook consisting of several hooks that are joined at their shanks.
gangland the criminal world.
ganglion any concentrated mass of nerve cells outside the brain or spine, serving as the source of nerve impulses. [2 definitions]
gangly tall, slender, and awkward; gangling.
gangplank a board or other movable walkway used for getting on or off a ship; gangway.
gangrene death or rotting of a part of a living organism caused by faulty circulation, disease, or injury. [2 definitions]
gangster someone who belongs to a criminal gang, esp. one who participates in organized crime; mobster.
gangue the valueless minerals, rocks, or the like found mixed with valuable ore; gang.
gang up on (informal) to criticize or attack (someone) as a group.
gangway a path into, out of, around, or through something; passageway. [4 definitions]
ganja a highly resinous form of marijuana.
gannet any of several large, fish-eating ocean birds.
ganoid belonging to a group of fishes, some extinct, that have hard armorlike scales. [2 definitions]
gantlet1 a portion of railroad tracks made up of two separate but overlapping tracks, usu. constructed at a narrow place, such as a tunnel or bridge. [3 definitions]
gantlet2 see gauntlet1.
gantry a framework resembling a bridge that goes over railroad tracks and holds signals or that contains rails for a movable crane. [2 definitions]
Ganymede in Greek mythology, a young Trojan abducted by Zeus to be the cupbearer to the gods. [2 definitions]
gaol (chiefly British) variant of jail.
gap a space or opening made by or as if by breaking or separating. [5 definitions]