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gormand variant of gourmand.
gormandize to eat voraciously and excessively; gorge.
gorp a mixture of raisins, nuts, dry cereal, and the like eaten as a high-energy snack; trail mix.
gorse any of various shrubs native to Europe having spiny leaves and bearing yellow flowers; furze.
gory covered with blood; bloody. [2 definitions]
gosh used to express surprise, interest, or the like.
goshawk any of a number of large broad-winged hawks, formerly used for falconry.
Goshen according to the Old Testament, the fertile land of the Israelites in Egypt that was spared from the last of the seven plagues visited on that country. [2 definitions]
gosling a very young goose. [2 definitions]
gospel (often cap.) the teachings of Jesus Christ and his apostles. [6 definitions]
gossamer a delicate spider web, esp. one that has become attached to a plant or is floating freely in the air. [3 definitions]
gossip talk, rumor, or speculation about other people, esp. about their personal affairs. [4 definitions]
got past tense and a past participle of get.
Goth a member of a Germanic people who invaded the Roman Empire during the third through fifth centuries A.D. [2 definitions]
Gothic of or relating to the style of architecture that was popular from the twelfth through the mid-sixteenth century in Europe, characterized by its pointed arches and ribbed vaults. [7 definitions]
Gothic arch a pointed arch.
go to any lengths to ignore possible danger, discomfort, or inconvenience in pursuing a goal.
go to pieces to lose emotional or mental stability or control; collapse.
go to pot to go to ruin; become ruined.
go to rack and ruin to become dilapidated, as through neglect; decay.
go to seed of a plant, to reach the stage of producing seeds. [2 definitions]