gamut[ gam-uht ]SEE DEFINITION OF gamut
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR GAMUT
Gamut cheerfully assented, and together they sought the females.
He started to run the gamut of appeal, denial, and anger; but his hearers were inflexible.
His face ran the gamut from white to red, from red back again to white.
Their expressions ran the gamut from sheepishness to blank haughtiness.
Wild flowers, birds, and animals also run the gamut of the zones.
If so, he could not imagine it, for it seemed he had run the gamut of misfortune.
It would be more easy to signify them by notes on the gamut.
Her voice was a voice of low note, in quality that of a flute at the grave end of its gamut.
The noise, as everyone yelled at the top of his or her gamut, was deafening.
These three things form the gamut by which the Infinite speaks to our souls.