[gad-zoo-kuh-ree] /gædˈzu kə ri/
the use or overuse of period-specific or archaic expressions, as in a historical novel:
Without any gadzookery and its excessive use of “forsooth,” “prithee,” etc., her first historical novel conveys a superb sense of the period.
/ɡe/ verb gaes, gaun, gaed, gane 1. a Scot word for go1
[jee-uh] /ˈdʒi ə/ noun 1. the ancient Greek goddess of the earth, mother of the Titans. /ˈdʒiːə/ noun 1. (Greek myth) a variant of Gaia see Gaia. Gaea [(jee-uh)] also Gaia (GAY-uh) The Greek goddess of the Earth and primal mother figure, who gave birth to the sky, the mountains, and the sea. She was […]
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1. Fellow of the Zoological Society, London.