[gey-ter] /ˈgeɪ tər/
Southern U.S. Informal. .
(mainly US, informal) an alligator
1844, colloquial shortening of alligator.
A sort of divertissement in which the participants writhe about among one another on the floor: Gatoring is over (1970s+)
[gey-tuh-reyd] /ˈgeɪ təˌreɪd/ Trademark. 1. a brand of noncarbonated sports drink designed to supply the body with carbohydrates and replace fluids and sodium lost during exertion.
noun A sort of divertissement in which the participants writhe about among one another on the floor: Gatoring is over (1970s+)
[gat] /gæt/ noun, Older Slang. 1. a pistol or revolver. [gat] /gæt/ noun 1. a passage or channel that extends inland from a shore through shoals, cliffs, etc. /ɡæt/ verb 1. (archaic) a past tense of get /ɡæt/ noun 1. (slang, mainly US) a pistol or revolver /ɡæt/ noun 1. a narrow channel of water […]
adjective ostentatious, lavish, extravagant, i.e. resembling the life of Jay Gatsby Examples Newport has Gatsbyesque homes. Word Origin The Great Gatsby was a novel by F. Scott Fitzgerald