How Do You Spell GASH?

Correct spelling for the English word "gash" is [ɡ_ˈa_ʃ], [ɡˈaʃ], [ɡˈaʃ]] (IPA phonetic alphabet).

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Definition of GASH

  1. A deep and long cut; an incision of considerable length and depth, particularly in flesh.

Common Misspellings for GASH

Below is the list of 203 misspellings for the word "gash".

Usage Examples for GASH

  1. If the gouge is allowed to roll back so the grind above the cutting point comes in contact with the wood it is sure to catch and gash the wood. - "A Course In Wood Turning" by Archie S. Milton and Otto K. Wohlers
  2. Moreover, whoever had the plant must then make a gash in his finger, lay it in the cut, and leave it there till the wound had healed, so that it might remain in the finger. - "Roumanian Fairy Tales" by Various Compiler: Mite Kremnitz
  3. He attempted to say a word or two while the barber was at work upon him, with the result that he lost control of the muscles of face and neck, causing the barber to cut a long gash in his neck. - "Stammering, Its Cause and Cure" by Benjamin Nathaniel Bogue
  4. Their clothes were badly torn, of course, and all of them bore various scratches and bruises from contact with the forest undergrowth in the dark; but beyond the gash on Svenson's head and another on Phil's shoulder where a bullet had torn through his sleeve, they had escaped for the time being. - "Every Man for Himself" by Hopkins Moorhouse
  5. The orchards are soggy in mud and the once green feathery lane back of my house abandoned, is now a rough gash of frozen pools and rotten leaves. - "A Village of Vagabonds" by F. Berkeley Smith