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OTHER WORDS FROM gadgadder, noungad·ding·ly, adverb
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Starring the Frozen snowman, the first episode of At Home With Olaf debuted in early April 2020 thanks to their speedy work, with Gad joking that quarantine restrictions forced him to become an ace sound engineer.
GAD affects 6.8 million adults, and women are twice as likely to suffer as men.
Gad said that the Army has announced it has footage from the scene that "shows exactly what happened, so let's wait and see."
"There was a warning from the Army that the Muslim Brotherhood would try to invade" the building, Gad says.
(Ynet) Last known gay Jewish Holocaust survivor dies - World War II resistance fighter Gad Beck dies in Berlin at 88.
Rannels and Gad were shut out of the Tony Awards, although the musical won nine.
We all agreed that Gad's Hill alone would be well worth a trip from London.British Highways And Byways From A Motor Car|Thomas D. Murphy
I gad, when the teachings of a man's mother leave him unfinished there isn't a great deal of encouragement for the wife.
And I was never so much of a man as you now make me, and, I gad, I'm going to be worthy of your friendship.
By gad, I'll overhaul my office force from the errand-boy up, as soon as I get back home!Motor Matt's Mystery|Stanley R. Matthews
You recollect that voice girl we saw in the coach; 'gad, I served her spouse that is to be a praetty trick!Night and Morning, Complete|Edward Bulwer-Lytton
British Dictionary definitions for gad (1 of 4)
Derived forms of gadgadder, noun
Word Origin for gad
British Dictionary definitions for gad (2 of 4)
Word Origin for gad
British Dictionary definitions for gad (3 of 4)
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- Jacob's sixth son, whose mother was Zilpah, Leah's maid
- the Israelite tribe descended from him
- the territory of this tribe, lying to the east of the Jordan and extending southwards from the Sea of Galilee