[gim-ik-ree] /ˈgɪm ɪk ri/
the use of .
an abundance of .
1952, from gimmick + -ry.
The use of gimmicks: To juxtapose this is sheer gimmickry (1950s+)
- Gimmie cap
noun phrase (also feed cap) A peaked cap like a baseball cap, bearing the trademark or name of a manufacturer and distributed as an advertising device: She made him stop wearing his John Deere gimmie hat in public places/ a ”macho” gimmie cap emblazoned with ”Cat” (for Caterpillar Tractors) [1970s+; probably fr the request ”gimme […]
[gimp] /gɪmp/ noun 1. a flat trimming of silk, wool, or other cord, sometimes stiffened with wire, for garments, curtains, etc. 2. a coarse thread, usually glazed, employed in lacemaking to outline designs. [gimp] /gɪmp/ noun, Chiefly Northeastern U.S. 1. spirit, vigor, or ambition. [gimp] /gɪmp/ Slang. noun 1. a limp. 2. Usually Disparaging and […]
[gimp] /gɪmp/ Slang. noun 1. a limp. 2. Usually Disparaging and Offensive. a term used to refer to a person who limps or is lame. verb (used without object) 3. to limp; walk in a halting manner: a sprain that made her gimp for weeks. /ɡɪmp/ noun 1. a tapelike trimming of silk, wool, or […]
[jimp] /dʒɪmp/ adjective, Scot. and North England. 1. . [jimp] /dʒɪmp/ adjective, Scot. and North England. 1. slender; trim; delicate. 2. scant; barely sufficient. /ɡɪmp/ noun 1. a tapelike trimming of silk, wool, or cotton, often stiffened with wire /ɡɪmp/ noun 1. (US & Canadian, offensive, slang) a physically disabled person, esp one who is […]