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  • decorous "My friend here is the victim of a curious annoyance;" and he stated the case in language so sympathetic and decorous as to restore some small shreds of the colonel's self-respect.
  • generous To give himself more air he pulled down the too generous supply of bed clothes, and in imagination he followed the cart.
  • glorious If you knew the glorious relief it is to me!"
  • gorgeous The attraction of a gorgeous spectacle superseded that afforded by the works of the older dramatists; and dancers like Bathyllus soon obtained the place in popular favour which had been enjoyed by the 'grave Aesopus and the accomplished Roscius.
  • gross Small boxes bought by the gross are not dear.
  • grouse If you want to grouse, grouse away.
  • grus
  • Georges But he appeared unduly often in the lives of a score of super-women-Madame Jumel, Elizabeth Paterson, Madamoiselle Georges, Countess Potocka, and the rest-and his name is more often seen in all history, written since 1790, than that of any other man.
  • gurus The caste employ Brahmans for their marriage and other ceremonies, and will not take food from any caste except Brahmans and their Bairagi gurus or spiritual preceptors.
  • grows It grows dusk before half-past four on a dull winter's day, and by five is almost, if not quite, dark.
  • cores Peel the apples, carefully remove the cores, leaving the apples whole; place them in the syrup, and simmer until perfectly tender, but not broken.
  • gores You girls have got us penned in here where we can't get away, but if you're going to talk about bias ruffling and side gores, I shall jump out the window!
  • genres
  • gyros
  • Greys The British trumpets rang out the charge, and the Scots Greys and Inniskillings, who formed the first line of the Heavy Brigade, dashed at the enemy.
  • am carried
  • am distinguished from
  • at one's feet
  • automatizes
  • autonym
  • being careless
  • being casualty
  • being damp
  • being even
  • hot wire
  • mediaspeak