OTHER WORDS FROM gamygam·i·ly, adverbun·gam·y, adjective
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GREAT VALUEAn intriguing pinot, with intense flavors of cherries, tree bark and a gamy meat on a grill tantalizingly out of sight, all wrapped in silky elegance.You’ll want to sip this sustainably made rosé all through the summer|Dave McIntyre|July 23, 2021|Washington Post
A few seconds later he landed a delicately spotted, gamy fish about eight inches long, which he recognized as a grayling.Gold-Seeking on the Dalton Trail|Arthur R. Thompson
Will the little ogre pass without repugnance from the gamy flavour of a carcase to the scent of flowers?More Hunting Wasps|J. Henri Fabre
The mountain quails are the largest and most beautiful of all the American quails, though the least hunted and the least gamy.
Like all of the family it is a gamy fish, and affords good sport to the angler.
This species fights altogether on the surface, but lacks the sterling gamy qualities of the tuna.