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Correct spellings for GIRGER

  • bigger No; it's a bigger affair than that. (Hot D) but I got another younger brother bigger (Digga) pass me the Henny so I can take another swigger – Betta Stay Up In Your House by Busta Rhymes
  • corker One of the young men assured Mrs. Dupont that her baby was a corker .
  • digger He considers the garden his absolute own: It's the place where a digger can bury a bone. a post hole digger a mint skull lipper – The Last Day Of A Dying Breed by Neal McCoy
  • dirge What human soul has not sung that dirge ?
  • forger That day the forger of Philadelphia believed himself victorious, and henceforth had nothing but disdain for his rival.
  • gage Gage and Snell tried their best to make friends with Hans Dunnerwust and Barney Mulloy, as these boys were particular friends of Merriwell's, and might be induced to use some influence over him.
  • garner If recreation be our object, better far to join a circulating library than garner volumes which, once read, are never to be opened again.
  • garter Prince Albert occupied his stall as a Knight of the Garter , with a mourning scarf across his field- marshal's uniform.
  • gauge He washed and dried the dishes, noting with satisfaction that the gauge of the water tank was still reasonably high, and glanced out one of the windows.
  • geiger You know Geiger counters?
  • george "Yes sir, by George -it's perfectly clear!
  • gibber The teachers, who must gibber with lunatics, are by no means to blame for these exercises.
  • gig Not far off is the boat-house, where boats from a large launch down to the smallest gig are kept ready for use.
  • giggler Mr. Godfrey Vandeford chose the two who glowered and simpered and got rid of the giggler by referring her telephone number to Mr. Adolph Meyers.
  • gigo
  • ginger How should he know that the ginger -beer was to be paid for, and that he was to pay?
  • girder Instead of the beautiful bridge a hideous iron girder structure spanned the stream, which was no longer pellucid and clear, but black as the Styx; instead of the trees arose a monstrous mill with a tall chimney vomiting black smoke that spread in heavy clouds, hiding the sun and the blue sky.
  • giver If nothing occur to delay me in the route, I shall reach New Mexico about the middle of November, when I anticipate renewing those relations of a pleasant friendship in which you have been all the giver and I all the receiver.
  • gorge A dull roar, like the voice of an army, rose out of the gorge .
  • gorged When they have gorged a rabbit or a lamb or a girl whole, they lie down and sleep for about a week."
  • gouge When there came a bright morning, wind northwest and warm enough to begin to thaw by eight o'clock, the sugar-making utensils-pans, kettles, spiles, hogsheads-were loaded upon the sled and taken to the woods, and by ten o'clock the trees began to feel the cruel ax and gouge once more.
  • gouger My trees are troubled with canker-worm, tent-caterpillar, root aphis, flathead borer, fall web-worm, and leaf-roller; and my apples with codling-moth, curculio, and gouger .
  • jagger
  • jigger
  • jogger
  • kicker
  • larger
  • merger
  • rigger
  • tiger
  • verger
  • Purger
  • Berger The girl's name was Martha Berger and her home was in California.
  • Jorge
  • Greer
  • gorges
  • burger After the early entertainment, it was down to McDonald's for a cheap burger .
  • Gerber Among his many TV and radio commercial partners were Pat Harrington, Harry Morgan, Doris Roberts, Joan Gerber , Edie McClurg, Bob Elliott, Albert Brooks, Shelley Berman, Tim Conway, Lorenzo Music, Gene Moss and Casey Kasem.
  • gigged

19 words made from the letters GIRGER