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grace.noun
ease and suppleness of movement or bearing; a trait that fascinates, allures, or delights; a physical attraction; compelling attractiveness; charm; in alignment with the higher consciousness things of the spirit and the good life that brings; the kindness of God upon a person; gracious conversation; a disposition to be generous or helpful; goodwill; mercy; clemency; a favor rendered by one who need not do so
grace, graced, gracing, graces.transitive verbs
to lightly touch (the flying pebble graced his forhead; new thought finally graced his mind); to honor or favor (you grace our table with your presence); to give beauty, elegance, or charm to
in the bad graces of.idiom
out of favor with
in the good graces of.idiom
in favor with
with bad grace.idiom
in a grudging manner
with good grace.idiom
in a willing manner

graceful.adjective
showing grace of movement, form, or proportion
gracefully.adverb
gracefulness.noun

greed.noun
excessive or reprehensible.acquisitiveness; avarice; excessive or insatiable desire for wealth or gain; greediness, cupidity

generous.adjective
liberal in giving or sharing; magnanimous; marked by abundance; ample (a generous slice of cake)
generously.adverb
generousness.noun

generosity.noun,.plural.generosities
liberality in giving or willingness to give; magnanimity; abundance; a generous act

gaudy.adjective
inflected form(s).gaudier; gaudiest
ostentatiously or tastelessly ornamented; marked by dazzling brilliance, showiness, or extravagance (gaudy praise); implies a tasteless use of overly bright, often clashing colors or excessive ornamentation (circus performers in gaudy costumes)
gaudiness.noun
gaudily.adverb
synonyms.tawdry, garish, flashy, meretricious all mean vulgarly or cheaply showy

tawdry applies to what is at once gaudy and cheap and sleazy (tawdry saloons)

garish describes what is distressingly or offensively bright (garish neon signs) 

flashy implies an effect of brilliance quickly and easily seen to be shallow or vulgar (a flashy nightclub act)

meretricious stresses falsity and may describe a tawdry show that beckons with a false allure or promise (a meretricious wasteland of casinos and bars)

genuine.adjective
free from hypocrisy or pretense; sincere; actually having the reputed or apparent.qualities or character.(genuine vintage wines); actually produced by or proceeding from the alleged source or author (the signature is genuine); sincerely and honestly felt or experienced (a deep and genuine love); actual, true (a genuine improvement); actually possessing the alleged or apparent.attribute or character (genuine leather); not spurious or counterfeit; authentic; honestly felt or experienced (genuine devotion); actual; real (a genuine dilemma); free from hypocrisy or dishonesty; sincere; being of pure or original stock (a genuine Hawaiian)
genuineness.noun
genuineness.noun
genuinely.adverb
synonym.authentic

genius loci.(pronounced 'low sigh')
the general atmosphere of a place

gullet.noun
throat, esophagus

guile, guilefulness.noun
subtlety, deceit, duplicity; craft; slyness and cunning in dealing with others 
guileful.adjective
guilefully.adverb

goad, goaded, goading, goads.transitive verbs
to prod or urge with or as if with a long pointed stick; to incite action from or rouse as if with a cattle prod; to drive (as cattle) with a goad 
goad.noun
something that pricks like a thorn; something that urges or stimulates into action, like a spur; a pointed rod used to urge on an animal

gibberish.noun
unintelligible or meaningless language; pretentious or needlessly obscure language

glimpse.transitive verb
a brief shining; a quick view; perceive momentarily

gibe.verb
inflected form(s).gibed; gibing
Etymology.perhaps from Middle French giber to shake, handle roughly 
intransitive verb senses.to utter taunting words 
transitive verb senses.to deride or tease with taunting words 
gibe, giber.nouns
synonym.scoff

gung ho.adjective
extremely enthusiastic and dedicated

guideline.noun
a statement or other indication of policy or procedure by which to determine a course of action (guidelines for the completion of policies and procedures)

Great Britain/British Empire/United Kingdomflag of Great Britain
The Treaty of Union (Act of Union) between England and Scotland signed on January 14, 1707 was the birth of Great Britain; at its height in the early 1900s, the British Empire included over 20 percent of the world's land area and more than 400 million people. The 1707 Act of Union created a single Parliament, provided for a single national administration and removed barriers to trade. England and Scotland however, continued to have certain separate traditions.

The English Constitution was drafted by General Lambert, contains 42 sections and is dated December 18, 1653. 

gratuitous.adjective
given or granted without return or recompense; unearned; given or received without cost or obligation; free; unnecessary or unwarranted; unjustified (gratuitous criticism)
gratuitously.adverb
gratuitousness.noun

gregarious.adjective
seeking and enjoying the company of others; sociable; social; tending to move in or form a group with others of the same kind (gregarious bird species)
gregariously.adverb
gregariousness.noun

grumpy, grumpier, grumpiest.adjectives
surly and peevish; cranky
grumpily.adverb
grumpiness.noun

gestalt.or.Gestalt.noun,.plural.gestalts.or.gestalten
a physical, biological, psychological, or symbolic configuration or pattern of elements so unified as a whole that its properties cannot be derived from a simple summation of its part, which is the modern but changing scientific theory that by looking at individual parts we can understand something's whole, changing because science has now keyed into the invisible reality which makes up its plan as it goes along

general.adjective
concerned with, applicable to, or affecting the whole or every member of a class or category.(can you make all those details into one general statement that would get the point across simply?); affecting or characteristic of the majority of those involved; prevalent.(general contentment); being usually the case; true or applicable in most instances but not all (the general correctness of her decisions); not limited in scope, area, or application (as a general rule); not limited to or dealing with one class of things; diversified.(general studies); involving only the main features rather than precise details (a general grasp of the subject); highest or superior in rank (the general manager). 
general.noun
a commissioned rank in the U.S. Army, Air Force, or Marine Corps that is above lieutenant general; one who holds this rank or a similar rank in another military organization; a general officer; a statement, principle, or fact that embraces or is applicable to the whole (the public's general opinion)
idiom.in general (generally)
generalness.noun
synonyms.general, common, generic, universal - the central meaning shared by these adjectives is 'belonging to, relating to, or affecting the whole' (the general welfare; a common enemy; generic (nothing specific) differences between birds and reptiles
antonym.particular
generally.adverb
popularly; widely (generally known); usually (Thanksgiving dinner is usually attended by all the close family); for the most part (a generally interesting speech); without reference to particular instances or details; not specifically.(generally speaking countries closer to the equator get little of no snow in winter)

generality.noun,.plural.generalities
the state or quality of being general; an observation or a principle having general application; a generalization; an imprecise or vague statement or idea; the greater portion or number; the majority

generalization.noun
the act or an instance of generalizing; a principle, a statement, or an idea having general application

generalize, generalized, generalizing, generalizes.verbs
transitive verb use.to reduce to a general form, class, or law; to render.indefinite or unspecific; to infer from many particulars; to draw inferences or a general conclusion from; to make generally or universally applicable; to popularize
intransitive verb use.to form a concept.inductively; to form general notions or conclusions; to deal in generalities; speak or write vaguely
generalized.adjective
not specifically adapted to a particular environment or function; not specialized; generally prevalent (observed a state of generalized content)
Medicine.-.to spread through the body

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