Definition of Gypped

1. Verb. (past of gyp) ¹



¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Gypped

1. gyp [v] - See also: gyp

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Gypped

gynæcologists
gynæcology
gynæcomazia
gynæconitis
gynæconome
gynæcophore
gynæcophoric
gyoji
gyotaku
gyoza
gyozas
gyp
gype
gyplure
gyplures
gypped (current term)
gypper
gyppers
gyppie
gyppies
gypping
gyppo
gyppos
gyppy
gyps
gypse
gypseian
gypseous
gypsey
gypseys

Literary usage of Gypped

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1. The Federal Reserve Monster by Wallace Campbell, Sam H. Clark (1922)
"... 1920 and 1921 the average net profits of the Federal Reserve System were 116 per cent and the real owners of the capital were gypped legally—but none ..."

2. The Living Age by Making of America Project, Eliakim Littell, Robert S. Littell (1844)
"A boy, who worked for the car dealer, drove us to the City Hall to get an automobile license, and he said: 'The boss gypped the pants off you, you should of ..."

3. The Annual Register, Or, A View of the History, Politics, and Literature for by Edmund Burke (1813)
"gypped herrings are ne- •*er of so fine a quality as when kept in their own original pickle j their value consists in their softness and flavour; ..."

4. The Emporium of Arts and Sciences by John Redman Coxe (1812)
"... that some will gyp fifty in a minute. v Immediately after they are gypped, they are put into barrels, commencing with a layer of salt at the bottom ..."

5. Adventure Guides Italian Riviera: San Remo, Portofino & Genoa by Amy Finley (2006)
"... mean that the shops have stopped listing prices both in euros and lire (mostly to accommodate elderly Italians who still fear they're being gypped) ..."

6. The Fisheries Exhibition Literature by London International Fisheries Exhibition (1884)
"Bloaters are not " gypped" (ie gutted), but other kinds of cured fish are, just as in Scotland. The "curing works" at Yarmouth are well worthy of being ..."

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