[gas-kuh l] /ˈgæs kəl/
Mrs (Elizabeth Cleghorn Stevenson Gaskell) 1810–65, English novelist.
Mrs. married name of Elizabeth Cleghorn Stevenson. 1810–65, English novelist. Her novels include Mary Barton (1848), an account of industrial life in Manchester, and Cranford (1853), a social study of a country village
[gas-kit] /ˈgæs kɪt/ noun 1. a rubber, metal, or rope ring, for packing a piston or placing around a joint to make it watertight. 2. Nautical. any of a number of light lines for securing a furled sail to a boom, gaff, or yard. /ˈɡæskɪt/ noun 1. a compressible packing piece of paper, rubber, asbestos, […]
[gas-kin] /ˈgæs kɪn/ noun 1. the part of the hind leg of a horse, or other hoofed mammal, between the stifle and the hock. 2. gaskins, Obsolete. hose or breeches; galligaskins. [gas-kin] /ˈgæs kɪn/ noun 1. a gasket. /ˈɡæskɪn/ noun 1. the lower part of a horse’s thigh, between the hock and the stifle
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[gas-lahyt] /ˈgæsˌlaɪt/ noun 1. light produced by the combustion of illuminating gas. 2. a or for producing this kind of light. adjective 3. (def 2). verb (used with object), gaslighted or gaslit, gaslighting. 4. to cause (a person) to doubt his or her sanity through the use of psychological manipulation: How do you know if […]