Gallant: (of a person or their behavior) brave; heroic. (of a man) charmingly attentive and chivalrous to women.
Galling: causing annoyance or resentment because of something that is unfair. That galls; chafing; vexing and exasperating.
Galvanic: relating to or involving electronic currents produced by chemical action. Caused by galvanism – used especially of the corrosion of metallic objects as a result of electrolytic action.
Galvanizing: to cause someone to suddenly take action, especially by shocking or exciting them in some way.
Gay: (of a person) homosexual (used especially of a man). Of, indicating, or supporting interests or issues pertaining to gay people or the gay.
Generous: showing readiness to give more of something, especially money, than is strictly necessary or expected. Larger than usual or expected.
Genial: warmly and pleasantly cheerful; cordial.
Gentle: having or showing a mild, tender, or kind temperament or character. Moderate in action, degree, or effect; not violent.
Genuine: if something is genuine, it is real and exactly what it appears to be. If people or emotions are genuine, they are sincere and honest.
Gifted: having special ability in a particular subject or activity. Clever, or having a special ability.
Giving: the act of providing money for something, especially to a charity or other good cause; kind and caring.
Glad: pleased and happy about something. Characterized by or showing cheerfulness, pleasure, joy, as looks or utterances.
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Gleaming: (of a smooth surface) reflecting light, typically because it is very clean and polished.
Gleeful: happy and excited. Full of exultant joy; merry; delighted.
Gloomy: dark or poorly lit especially to appear depressing or frightening.
Glorious: having, worthy of, or bringing fame or admiration.
Glowering: to look very angry, threatening, and annoying. If you describe a person as the glowering, you mean they look angry and bad-tempered.
Glum: disappointed or unhappy, and quiet. If a place is glum, it is not attractive and has nothing that causes pleasure.
Gone: if something is gone, there is none of it left. No longer living; dead.
Good: morally excellent; virtuous; pious. Satisfactory in quality, quantity, or degree.
Goofy: if you describe someone or something as goofy, you think they are rather silly or ridiculous.
Gorgeous: if you say something is gorgeous, you mean it is very beautiful and attractive.
Graceful: moving in a smooth, relaxed, attractive way, or having a smooth and attractive shape.
Gracious: courteous, kind, and pleasant, especially towards someone of lower social status.
Grand: magnificent and imposing in appearance, style, or size. Denoting the largest or most important item of its kind.
Grateful: feeling or showing an appreciation for something done or received. Received or experienced with gratitude; welcome.
Gratified: the feeling of pleasing someone and satisfying their wish or need.
Gratifying: giving pleasure or satisfaction.
Grave: seriously bad; urgent. Having a serious and dignified demeanor.
Great: of an extent, amount, or intensity considerably above average. Famous, powerful, or important as one of a particular type.
Greedy: wanting a lot more food, money, and other material possessions than you need. Showing intense selfish desire for wealth or power.
Gregarious: (of people) liking to be with other people. (of animals) living in flocks or loosely organized communities.
Grieving: feeling very sad because someone has died.
Groggy: weak, dazed, or unsteady especially from illness, a blow, sleep, or intoxication.
Grouchy: easily annoyed and complaining especially because you are tired.
Grumpy: being in a slightly angry mood because you are annoyed at something or are feeling tired.
Guarded: careful not to give too much information or show how you really feel.
Guileful: insidiously cunning; artfully deceptive.
Guiltless: not responsible for doing something wrong or committing a crime.
Guilty: culpable or responsible for specified wrongdoing. If you feel guilty, you are unhappy because you think that you have done something wrong or have failed to do something.
Gullible: easily deceived or tricked and too willing to believe everything that other people say.
Gutsy: having or showing courage, determination, and spirit. Expressing or characterized by basic physical senses or passions.
Gaga: no longer in possession of all one’s mental faculties especially on account of age.
Genteel: characterized by exaggerated or affected politeness, respectability, or refinement.
Ghostlike: resembling or characteristic of a phantom. Not existing in nature or subject to explanation according to natural laws.
Ghostly: of or like a ghost or appearance or sound; eerie and unnatural.
Glamorous: attractive in an exciting and special way. If you describe something as glamorous, it is more interesting than ordinary things.
Glaring: giving out or reflecting a dazzling light.
Glittering: shinning with shimmering or sparkling light. exciting or admired by many people, usually relating to rich and famous people.
Glossy: shiny and smooth. A glossy book has been produced on shiny and expensive paper and contains many colorful pictures.
Glowing: expressing great praise. Showing the radiance of health, excitement, etc.
Gluey: sticky and covered with glue.
Glutinous: like glue in texture; sticky.
Gray: of a color intermediate between black and white; as of ashes or lead.
Green: of the color between blue and yellow in the spectrum; colored like grass or emeralds.
Grotesque: comically or repulsively ugly or distorted is a silly or slightly frightening way.
Gummy: having a viscous or sticky consistency. Showing the gums.
Gallic: gallic means the same as French. It is sometimes used to describe ideas, actions, and feelings that you think are typical of France and French people.
Georgian: of or characteristics of the reigns of the British Kings George I-IV (1714-1830).
German: a native or inhabitant of Germany or a person of German descent.
Ghanaian: belonging or relating to Ghana or its people.
Ghanese: of or relating to or characteristics of Ghana or its people or language.
Grecian: relating to ancient Greece, especially its architecture. Beautiful and simple, in the style of Ancient Greece.
Greek: relating to Greece, its people, or their language. A member of a fraternity or sorority has a Greek-letter name.
Guyanese: belonging to or relating to Guyana or its people. A person from Guyana.