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  • as inlimb
  • as incolloquy
  • as inflirt

synonyms for gam

  • arm
  • branch
  • extremity
  • leg
  • stem
  • wheel
  • wing
  • bough
  • extension
  • fin
  • lobe
  • member
  • offshoot
  • part
  • pin
  • pinion
  • process
  • projection
  • spray
  • sprig
  • spur
  • switch
  • unit
See also synonyms for: gammed / gamming
  • chitchat
  • parley
  • conference
  • confab
  • dialogue
  • chat
  • rap
  • discussion
  • converse
  • huddle
  • powwow
  • discourse
  • colloquium
  • seminar
  • confabulation
  • palaver
  • talk
  • flap
  • rap session
  • clambake
  • groupthink
  • buzz session
  • chinfest
  • gab fest
  • talkfest
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antonyms for gam

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  • whole
  • be faithful
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How to use gam in a sentence

Agamogenesis, a-gam-o-jen′e-sis, n. reproduction without sex, found among lower animals and in plants.
CHAMBERS'S TWENTIETH CENTURY DICTIONARY (PART 1 OF 4: A-D)VARIOUS
Jee Gam, whom many of our readers will remember in connection with his visit East four years ago, is the Secretary.
THE AMERICAN MISSIONARY -- VOLUME 39, NO. 08, AUGUST, 1885VARIOUS
Bore flaute pertinacis, fœdamque tempestatem, quam excicre gam ceperat, glomerante.
HISTORY OF THE DISCOVERY OF THE NORTHWEST BY JOHN NICOLET IN 1634CONSUL WILLSHIRE BUTTERFIELD
Jee Gam explained to him that he could do that as a Christian, without worshiping his father.
THE AMERICAN MISSIONARY, VOL. 43, NO. 8, AUGUST, 1889VARIOUS
Rev. Jee Gam, with his large family, has several rooms as a sort of parsonage.
THE AMERICAN MISSIONARY - VOLUME 52, NO. 2, JUNE, 1898VARIOUS
For instance, Gam-ut the lowest note then recognised in the scale, is called 'the ground of all accord.'
SHAKESPEARE AND MUSICEDWARD W. NAYLOR
Whangam, hwang′gam, n. a feigned name of some animal, invented by Goldsmith.
CHAMBERS'S TWENTIETH CENTURY DICTIONARY (PART 4 OF 4: S-Z AND SUPPLEMENTS)VARIOUS
And nowhere will you find better listeners than at a dog-watch "gam" on a ship's forecastle.
WOVEN WITH THE SHIPCYRUS TOWNSEND BRADY
They wor tellin' it at th' 'Red Cat' tother neet, bod I could hardly hear for th' gam at wor afoot.
LANCASHIRE SKETCHESEDWIN WAUGH
He made a smoking ruin of the dwelling of his countryman, Sir David Gam, and thereby made him an implacable enemy.
HISTORY OF LLANGOLLEN AND ITS VICINITYW. T. SIMPSON
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WORDS RELATED TO GAM

  • buzz session
  • chat
  • chinfest
  • chitchat
  • clambake
  • colloquium
  • confab
  • confabulation
  • conference
  • converse
  • dialogue
  • discourse
  • discussion
  • flap
  • gab fest
  • gam
  • groupthink
  • huddle
  • palaver
  • parley
  • powwow
  • rap
  • rap session
  • seminar
  • talk
  • talkfest
Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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