verb (used with object), gaged, gag·ing.
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noun, verb (used with object), gaged, gag·ing.
historical usage of gage
OTHER WORDS FROM gagegager, noun
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Example sentences from the Web for gage
We might perhaps read as gaged in the same sense, if we had examples.
I pushed back my chair with a sudden noise; by the way she trembled I gaged how tense her nerves must be.The Deluge|David Graham Phillips
"You have gaged the state of affairs accurately enough," he said, speaking more calmly.Number Seventeen|Louis Tracy
To the stolid German mind they were human comets, whose comings and goings were not to be gaged by any reasonable standard.The Silent Barrier|Louis Tracy
Then carefully he gathered himself together, gaged distance, balanced the club, swung cautiously.The Light of Western Stars|Zane Grey