Synonyms ( G )

Gallant

( Adjective )

He is very gallant at the ball.
Synonyms:
Bold; Brave; Courageous; Daring; Dashing; Heroic; Lion – hearted; Valiant; Valorous; August; Dignified; Glorious; Magnificent; Splendid


Gather

( Verb )

A crowd soon gathered around him.
Synonyms: 
Congregate; Collect; Muster; Convene; Accumulate; Amass; Flock; Group; Heap; Marshal; Assemble


Gay

( Adjective )

The gay voices of young children got the attention of the teachers.
Synonyms: 
Cheerful; Jovial; Vivacious; Jolly; Sprightly; Buoyant; Joyous; Blithe


General

( Adjective )

The general opinion of the people about this subject is not in favor of the government.
Synonyms: 
Common; Popular; Public; Universal; Accepted


Generous

( Adjective )

He is generous in giving help to the needed.
Synonyms: 
Liberal; Noble; Lavish; Bountiful; Magnanimous


Genial

( Adjective )

He is under the genial influence of good wine.
Synonyms: 
Affable; Agreeable; Amiable; Cheerful; Cheery; Congenial; Convivial; Cordial; Easy – going; Enlivening; Friendly; Glad; Happy; Hearty; Jolly; Merry; Pleasant; Sunny; Warm


Genuine

( Adjective )

This is not a genuine picture of Rubens.
Synonyms:
Authentic; Pure; Real; Actual; True; Sincere


Glorify

( Verb )

You should not glorify yourself.
Synonym: 
Extol; Adore; Canonize; Enshrine; Revere; Venerate; Exalt; Commend; Appraise


Gifted

( Adjective )

There is a separate school for the students gifted with special talents.
Synonyms :
Intelligent; Able; Apt; Skillful; Sagacious; Talented; Adroit; Expert; Clever; Ingenious


Gorgeous

( Adjective )

We have captured the gorgeous sunset in our camera.
Synonyms: 
Sumptuous; Magnificent; Splendid; Grand; Beautiful; Brilliant; Dazzling; Elegant


Govern

( Verb )

The President of a country has more powers to govern the country towards the overall development of the people.
Synonyms: 
Rule; Manage; Control; Direct; Command; Supervise; Administer


Gradual

( Adjective )

We experience a gradual increase in the cost of living in this town.
Synonyms:
Slow; Steady; Moderate; Piecemeal; Gentle; Regular; Continuous; Progressive


Grand

( Adjective )
Synonyms: 
Noble; Majestic; Lordly; Stately; Resplendent; August; Exalted; Illustrious


Grasp

( Verb )

A man who grasps too much may lose everything.
Synonyms: 
Hold; Seize; Snatch; Grip; Grab; Clutch; Clasp


Grief

( Noun )

His taking to drugs was a great grief to his parents.
Synonyms: 
Pain; Sorrow; Trouble; Grievance; Remorse; Suffering; Tribulation; Trouble; Woe; Affection; Bereavement; Distress


Grim

( Adjective )

At last all our struggle turned out to be mere grim moves.
Synonyms: 
Cruel; Ferocious; Fierce; Formidable; Frightful; Ghastly; Grisly; Gruesome; Hard; Harsh; Horrible; Merciless; Ruthless; Severe; Sullen; Surly; Terrible


Groundless

( Adjective )

It is not my responsibility to answer all these groundless rumors.
Synonyms: 
False; Baseless; Unauthorized; Gratuitous; Fanciful


 

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