Definition of Gimmie

1. an easy golf putt conceded to an opponent [n -MIES]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Gimmie

gimlety
gimmal
gimmals
gimme
gimme a five
gimmer
gimmers
gimmes
gimmick
gimmicked
gimmicking
gimmickries
gimmickry
gimmicks
gimmicky
gimmie (current term)
gimmies
gimmor
gimmors
gimp hand
gimp suit
gimped
gimpier
gimpiest
gimpiness
gimping
gimps
gimpy
gin

Literary usage of Gimmie

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1. Lancashire Parish Register Society: Publications by Lancashire Parish Register Society (1900)
"... 5° Novembris Alice gimmie d. of Hugh gimmie 10° John Johnson s. of Thomas Williamson 16° die Decembris In Sexto Anno. ..."

2. A Book of Princeton Verse, 1916-1919 by Alfred Noyes, Henry Van Dyke, Morris William Croll, Maxwell Struthers Burt, James Creese (1916)
"An' den she gimmie Sumthin' fuh ma cullud church. "Thank you, Miss! . . . I'm out o'jelly, Den I needs some sugar, rice, Lard,—and den de Boss, Miss Nellie, ..."

3. Iowa in War Times by Samuel Hawkins Marshall Byers (1888)
"... re'gimmie'nts and its entire corps, under Gen. Ord, to the Department of time Gulf. In the? Louisiana i'xpe. ..."

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