|Word *||Part of Speech||Definition||Audio Available?|
|gem||Noun||A precious stone, usually valuable or prized for its beauty or shine||Yes|
|gem||Noun||Any precious or highly valued thing or person.||Yes|
|gearing||Noun||The ratio of a system of gears.||Yes|
|gender||Noun||Differences between men and women||Yes|
|gender||Noun||Gender role; culture specific behavior norms, normally but not necessarily, associated with one's gender||Yes|
|gender||Noun||A division of nouns and pronouns, such as masculine, feminine, neuter, or common||Yes|
|gender||Noun||The sex of individuals, male or female||Yes|
|gender||Verb||To bring into existence or engender||Yes|
|sluggish||Adjective||Habitually idle and lazy; slothful; dull; inactive||Yes|
|sluggish||Adjective||Slow; having little motion||Yes|
|sluggish||Adjective||Having no power to move one's self or itself; inert||Yes|
|sluggish||Adjective||Characteristic of a sluggard; dull; stupid; tame; simple||Yes|
|gesture||Noun||A motion of the limbs or body, especially one made to emphasize speech||Yes|
|gesture||Noun||An act or a remark made as a formality or as a sign of attitude||Yes|
|gesture||Verb||To make a gesture or gestures||Yes|
|gesture||Verb||To express something by a gesture or gestures||Yes|
|slug||Noun||Any of many terrestrial gastropod mollusks, having no shell||Yes|
|slug||Noun||A shot of a drink, usually alcoholic||Yes|
|slug||Noun||A title, name, or header||Yes|
|slug||Noun||A lazy person, a sluggard||Yes|
|slug||Verb||To drink quickly; to gulp||Yes|
|slug||Verb||To down a shot||Yes|
|slug||Verb||To hit very hard||Yes|
|crag||Noun||A rocky outcrop||Yes|
|giddiness||Noun||The state of being giddy||Yes|
|guillotine||Noun||A machine used for the application of capital punishment by decapitations||Yes|
|guillotine||Noun||A machine used for cutting stacks of paper to straight edges, usually by means of a hinged blade attached to a flat platform||Yes|
|guillotine||Verb||To execute, cut, or cut short by use of a guillotine||Yes|
|general||Adjective||Not specific or particular||Yes|
|general||Adjective||Concerned with, applicable to, or affecting the whole or every member of a class or category||Yes|
|general||Noun||Military rank in the army and air force that is higher than colonel or brigadier, and is usually the highest rank group||Yes|
|general||Noun||Short for general anesthetic||Yes|
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