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governorship the office, functions, jurisdiction, or term of a governor.
govt. abbreviation of "government."
go whole hog (informal) to do something as completely as possible, without holding back.
gown a dress, esp. one worn on formal occasions. [4 definitions]
go wrong to fail to function or happen properly. [2 definitions]
goy (often derogatory) a non-Jewish person.
GP abbreviation of "general practitioner," a practicing physician who does not specialize in any specific field of medicine but treats a variety of medical problems.
GPA abbreviation of "grade-point average."
GPS abbreviation of "Global Positioning System," a public satellite navigation system designed and controlled by the U.S. Department of Defense that provides an accurate global time reference and is used to determine a precise location on Earth.
grab to take hold of suddenly or forcefully; grasp. [6 definitions]
grab bag a container filled with wrapped items, such as party favors, to be drawn or purchased without prior knowledge of the contents. [2 definitions]
grabby tending to or inclined to grab things; greedy.
grace beauty, harmony, or charm in bearing, appearance, or motion. [10 definitions]
grace cup a cup passed around for toasts after grace at the end of a meal. [2 definitions]
graceful marked by grace or beauty of movement, manner, or behavior.
graceless marked by lack of grace or appropriateness, or lack of consideration for the feelings of others.
grace note a note in music that is essential neither to the harmony nor the melody but rather is added for ornamentation.
grace period extra time allowed after a specified date or term has passed, during which an obligation, such as the repayment of a debt or the return of something borrowed, may be fulfilled without penalty.
gracias (Spanish) thank you.
gracile slender. [2 definitions]
gracious inclined to do what is polite, kind, right, or considerate. [5 definitions]