verb (used with object), gaged, gag·ing.
Origin of gage1
Definition for gaged (2 of 3)
noun, verb (used with object), gaged, gag·ing. (chiefly in technical use)
Related formsgag·er, noun
Definition for gaged (3 of 3)
verb (used with object), gauged, gaug·ing.
Origin of gauge
Examples from the Web for gaged
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