|DAMAGING||-||damaging v. present participle of damage.|
damaging adj. Harmful; injurious; causing damage.
damaging n. An act of causing damage.
|GAMBLING||-||gambling v. present participle of gamble.|
gambling n. An activity characterised by a balance between winning and losing that is governed by a mixture of skill.
|GAMBOGIC||-||gambogic adj. Of or pertaining to gamboge.|
gambogic adj. Of or pertaining to gambogic acid or its derivatives.
|GINGHAMS||-||ginghams n. plural of gingham.|
|GLAUMING||-||glauming v. present participle of glaum.|
|GLEAMING||-||gleaming adj. Having a bright sheen.|
gleaming n. A flash or reflected light.
gleaming v. present participle of gleam.
|GLOAMING||-||gloaming n. (poetry, Scotland, Britain, Northern England) twilight, as at early morning or (especially) early evening;.|
gloaming n. (obsolete) sullenness; melancholy.
|GREGATIM||-||Sorry, definition not available.|
|HOMAGING||-||homaging v. present participle of homage.|
|IMAGINGS||-||imagings n. plural of imaging.|
|MALGRING||-||Sorry, definition not available.|
|MANAGING||-||managing v. present participle of manage.|
managing n. management.
|MANEGING||-||Sorry, definition not available.|
|MANGLING||-||mangling v. present participle of mangle.|
mangling n. An act in which something is mangled.
|MARAGING||-||maraging n. (steel-making) A process that produces tough, malleable form o0f steel by means of heat treatment and.|
maraging n. (steel-making) Steel produced by the maraging process; maraging steel.
|MAUGRING||-||Sorry, definition not available.|
|MENAGING||-||Sorry, definition not available.|
|MISGAUGE||-||misgauge v. To gauge (measure) incorrectly.|