- give way,
- give way to,
- give what for,
- given name,
- given to,
Origin of giveaway
Examples from the Web for giveaway
His giveaway with 37 seconds to go in the Portugal match cost the U.S. the game and an easy trek into the next round.USA vs. Germany World Cup Primer: Everything You Need to Know About the Epic Showdown|Marlow Stern|June 26, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Frills were kept to a minimum, and anything in the clothes piles with the word “Princess” on it ended up in the giveaway box.
In her hand she held a silk map of the region, given to agents to avoid the giveaway rustle of paper in pockets.World War II’s Most Glamorous Spy: Christine Granville|Emma Garman|July 7, 2013|DAILY BEAST
(Giveaway movie moment: the nine-foot gator that washed into a Tampa swimming pool).
The Ultimate Audience Freak-Out What would an Oprah giveaway be without tears and hysteria?
Even the way they shake whenever they come out of the mud is a giveaway—what better way to seed their crop far and wide?The Native Soil|Alan Edward Nourse
Showing more than a normal interest would have been a giveaway.The K-Factor|Harry Harrison (AKA Henry Maxwell Dempsey)
I almost halted in alarm, but that might have been a giveaway.The Old Die Rich|Horace Leonard Gold
But in spite of the giveaway, Ingolby was getting them where they were soft-fairly drugging them with good news.The World For Sale, Complete|Gilbert Parker
also give-away, "act of giving away," 1872, from phrase give away, c.1400 (of brides, from 1719); meaning "to betray, expose, reveal" is 1878, originally U.S. slang.