Definition of Gamiest

1. Adjective. (superlative of gamey) ¹



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Definition of Gamiest

1. gamey [adj] - See also: gamey

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Gamiest

gametokinetic
gametophagia
gametophores
gametophytes
gametophytic
gameverse
gameverses
gameworld
gameworlds
gamier
gamiest (current term)
gamification
gamily
gamin
gamine
gaminerie
gamines
gaminesque
gaminess
gaminesses
gaming
gaming board
gaming boards
gaming card
gaming house

Literary usage of Gamiest

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1. John L. Stoddard's Lectures: Supplementary Volume[s]. by John Lawson Stoddard (1902)
"... unquestionably one of the gamiest fish that ever threw a sportsman into a fever of excitement. Astonishing stories are told of the agility and strength ..."

2. Children's Courts in the United States: Their Origin, Development, and Results by Samuel June Barrows (1904)
"He came up to my table and put out his hand and said: "Judge, that is the 'gamiest' fight I ever had, and you have 'won out.' I lied like ahorse thief. ..."

3. Poems of the Rod and Gun: Or, Sports by Flood and Field by Isaac McLellan (1886)
"... is the gamiest fish for its size known to the angler. ... The old colonial times Nam'd this of all the fish the king; The noblest, gamiest of the tribes ..."

4. My Angling Friends: Being a Second Series of Sketches of Men I Have Fished with by Fred Mather (1901)
"Dr. Henshall put the black bass among our gamiest fresh-water fishes, and properly labeled it "the game fish for the million," for the trout waters are not ..."

5. The Big Game Fishes of the United States: A Collection of Critical Essays by Charles Burton Martin, Viktor Aleksandrovich Maksunov, Charles Frederick Holder, Amiya Chandra Chakravarty, David Malet Armstrong (1903)
"The bluefish is one of the gamiest of American fishes with a rod, but rods and a sail-boat rarely agree, and the strain on the nerves of the average angler, ..."

6. John L. Stoddard's Lectures: Supplementary Volume[s]. by John Lawson Stoddard (1902)
"... unquestionably one of the gamiest fish that ever threw a sportsman into a fever of excitement. Astonishing stories are told of the agility and strength ..."

7. Children's Courts in the United States: Their Origin, Development, and Results by Samuel June Barrows (1904)
"He came up to my table and put out his hand and said: "Judge, that is the 'gamiest' fight I ever had, and you have 'won out.' I lied like ahorse thief. ..."

8. Poems of the Rod and Gun: Or, Sports by Flood and Field by Isaac McLellan (1886)
"... is the gamiest fish for its size known to the angler. ... The old colonial times Nam'd this of all the fish the king; The noblest, gamiest of the tribes ..."

9. My Angling Friends: Being a Second Series of Sketches of Men I Have Fished with by Fred Mather (1901)
"Dr. Henshall put the black bass among our gamiest fresh-water fishes, and properly labeled it "the game fish for the million," for the trout waters are not ..."

10. The Big Game Fishes of the United States: A Collection of Critical Essays by Charles Burton Martin, Viktor Aleksandrovich Maksunov, Charles Frederick Holder, Amiya Chandra Chakravarty, David Malet Armstrong (1903)
"The bluefish is one of the gamiest of American fishes with a rod, but rods and a sail-boat rarely agree, and the strain on the nerves of the average angler, ..."

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