There was but one blot upon his character—he hated Mrs. Gam.
There is also another difference—there are no ladies at a gam.
A “gam,” good reader, may be described as a “small tea-party” on the sea.
Judge Chester, the magistrate, was at the head of the gam, and so it was bound to succeed.
Amal′gam, a name applied to the alloys of mercury with the other metals.
The sacrifices that Mrs. Gam had made for that daughter were, she said, astonishing.
To gam,” among the sealing-schooners, is a substitute for the verbs “to visit,” “to gossip.
This man, whose surname Gam signifies p. 440crooked, was a petty chieftain of Breconshire.
During the interval, they sighted three other whaling craft, and stopped to gam with them.
Gambia (gam'bi-a), an English colony in western Africa along the river Gambia.