Gainly



[geyn-lee] /ˈgeɪn li/

adjective
1.
graceful; comely; handsome.
/ˈɡeɪnlɪ/
adjective
1.
graceful or well-formed; shapely
adverb
2.
conveniently or suitably

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  • Gainsaid

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  • Gainsay

    [geyn-sey, geyn-sey] /ˈgeɪnˌseɪ, geɪnˈseɪ/ verb (used with object), gainsaid, gainsaying. 1. to deny, dispute, or contradict. 2. to speak or act against; oppose. /ɡeɪnˈseɪ/ verb -says, -saying, -said 1. (transitive) (archaic or literary) to deny (an allegation, a statement, etc); contradict v. “contradict,” c.1300, literally “say against,” from Old English gegn- “against” (see again) + […]

  • Gainsayer

    [geyn-sey, geyn-sey] /ˈgeɪnˌseɪ, geɪnˈseɪ/ verb (used with object), gainsaid, gainsaying. 1. to deny, dispute, or contradict. 2. to speak or act against; oppose. /ɡeɪnˈseɪ/ verb -says, -saying, -said 1. (transitive) (archaic or literary) to deny (an allegation, a statement, etc); contradict v. “contradict,” c.1300, literally “say against,” from Old English gegn- “against” (see again) + […]



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