Antonyms for gammoned

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Yes, sir,” said the man, grinning; “but I gammoned him a bit.

"Well, they have gammoned a good many other people too," Godfrey said.

You gammoned me to make me come in and get my legs wet like yours are.

In consequence of Bobs plausibility, I was gammoned to be one of the squad.

Well, you gammoned me into going to Hurlingham with your pet poodle.

Is it nothing to be loyal and be gammoned for your innocence?

Nine days afterwards the unfortunate man died, an act which is not often successfully "gammoned."

Nothing to have faith and love and be gammoned of them by a living lie, by a perjury in flesh and blood?

I got the tip from the very book I gammoned him with, from the very passage he must have marked himself at random—d'y'see?

When Morris talks of a house that has been “gammoned,” he deprives a large number of readers of his meaning.