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Gauchʹerie (3 syl., g hard)

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Things not comme il faut; behaviour not according to the received forms of society; awkward and untoward ways. (See above.)

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Entry taken from Dictionary of Phrase and Fable, edited by the Rev. E. Cobham Brewer, LL.D. and revised in 1895.

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Gastrolators
Gat-tooth (g hard)
Gate Money
Gate-posts
Gate of Italy
Gate of Tears [Babelmandeb]
Gath (g hard)
Gathered
Gathers (g hard)
Gauche (French, the left hand)
Gaucherie
Gaudifer (g hard)
Gaudy-day (A)
Gaul (g hard)
Gaunt (g hard)
Gauntgrim (g hard)
Gauntlet (g hard)
Gautama (g hard)
Gautier and Garguille (French)
Gauvaine or Gawain
Gavelkind (g hard)