Thesaurus / gam

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Gamic, gam′ik, adj. having a sexual character, of an ovum—opp.

There was but one blot upon his character—he hated Mrs. Gam.

A “gam,” good reader, may be described as a “small tea-party” on the sea.

Philosopher JackR.M. Ballantyne

This man, whose surname Gam signifies p. 440crooked, was a petty chieftain of Breconshire.

Wild WalesGeorge Borrow

Gambia (gam'bi-a), an English colony in western Africa along the river Gambia.

During the interval, they sighted three other whaling craft, and stopped to gam with them.

The Sea BrideBen Ames Williams

There is also another difference—there are no ladies at a gam.

Fighting the WhalesR.M. Ballantyne

The sacrifices that Mrs. Gam had made for that daughter were, she said, astonishing.

Men's WivesWilliam Makepeace Thackeray

But lile Doed couldn't keep up wi' t' other lads on account o' his gam leg.

To gam,” among the sealing-schooners, is a substitute for the verbs “to visit,” “to gossip.

The Sea-WolfJack London

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