Browse Alphabetically: G
groupie (noun) : an image of a group of people taken by a member of the group using a digital camera especially for posting on social networks
Submitted by: Jade Kevin Santos from Philippines on Jan. 15, 2014 22:54
groupify (verb) : to form a group
The girls on the couch decided to groupify to make room for another person.
Submitted by: Rachel Dawson from Utah on Nov. 02, 2008 23:45
grousy (adjective) : In a foul mood, apt to grumble, often to the point of being cause for complaint or grievance From the word grouse.
In a grousy mood, he answered the telephone rudely and sighed at the person on the other line.
Submitted by: Uniquewordywoman from Iowa on Oct. 11, 2005 13:20
Grownaphobia (adjective) : afraid of adults (though you still respect them)
my cause for grownaphobia happened when I was a little girl. —jacqueline, imagimation, creativity, 1/19/06
Submitted by: jacqueline from New Jersey on Jan. 19, 2006 22:01
Grred (verb) : the past tence form of saying Grr
The mommy got grred at the child because the young boy drew all over the wall with a crayon. —Billi, 2/28/06
Submitted by: Billi from Pennsylvania on Feb. 28, 2006 13:03
grubble (noun) : the collective term for dirt, grime, and rubble
There was a lot of grubble in the area.
Submitted by: Spydar from Illinois on Jan. 01, 2007 21:34
grudge match (noun) : an event (such as an athletic competition) arranged to settle a matter of contention or controversy
Submitted by: Rob from Canada on Mar. 22, 2009 11:02
grudgmental (adjective) : acting, speaking or considering out of lingering, prejudiced feelings
"My teacher has been grudgmental towards me ever since I laughed at her mistake." —anonymous, n/a
Submitted by: Phillip from California on Oct. 09, 2007 03:48
gruel (interjection) : A cross between the words "Great" and "Cool".
Gruel! Oh, I meant to say great, but then I started to say cool... —Cady Harris, Mean Girls (the movie), 2004
Submitted by: Choco Brownie from Connecticut on Nov. 06, 2005 21:59
GRUMBLES! (interjection) : —used to express frustration or mild anger
Beth fell down the stairs and dropped her books and papers. "Grumbles," Beth said. —March 24, 2008
Submitted by: Anonymous on Mar. 24, 2008 18:35