Definition of Gawds

1. gawd [n] - See also: gawd



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Gawds

gavilimomab
gavot
gavots
gavotte
gavotted
gavottes
gavotting
gavver
gavvers
gawbies
gawby
gawcier
gawciest
gawcy
gawd
gawds (current term)
gawk
gawked
gawker
gawkers
gawkers' block
gawkier
gawkies
gawkiest
gawkily
gawkiness
gawkinesses
gawking
gawkish
gawkishly

Literary usage of Gawds

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1. A Concordance to Shakespeare: Suited to All the Editions, in which the by Andrew Becket (1787)
"... new-born gawds, Though they are made and moulded of things paft; And mew to duft, that is a little gilt, More land than gilt o'er ..."

2. Anne of Geierstein: Or, The Maiden of the Mist by Walter Scott (1829)
"... her hand across her eyes, " of all the gawds which the females of my house have owned, this perhaps hath been the most fatal to its possessors. ..."

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