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gouge V. /挖出;撕下/tear out. In that fight, all the rules were forgotten; the adversaries bit, kicked, and tried to gouge each other's eyes out.
gourmand N. /老饕/epicure; person who takes excessive pleasure in food and drink. Gourmands lack self-restraint; if they enjoy a particular cuisine, they eat far too much of it.
gourmet N. /品尝家;美食比赛的评委/connoisseur of food and drink. The gourmet stated that this was the best onion soup she had ever tasted.
graduated ADJ. /分级;排序/arranged by degrees (of height, difficulty, etc.). Margaret loved her graduated set of Russian hollow wooden dolls; she spent hours happily putting the smaller dolls into their larger counterparts.
graft N. /移植;移植物;嫁接/piece of transplanted tissue; portion of plant inserted in another plant. After the fire, Greg required skin grafts to replace the badly damaged areas on his forearms. alsoV.
grandeur N. /庄严，伟大，威严/impressiveness; stateliness; majesty. No matter how often he hiked through the mountains, David never failed to be struck by the grandeur of the Sierra Nevada range.
grandiloquent ADJ. /语言夸张的;词藻浮华的/pompous; bombastic; using highsounding language. The politician could never speak simply; she was always grandiloquent.
grandiose ADJ. /自命不凡;堂皇;夸张的/pretentious; high-flown; ridiculously exaggerated; impressive. The aged matinee idol still had grandiose notions of his supposed importance in the theatrical world.
granulate V. /粒化/form into grains. Sugar that has been granulated dissolves more readily than lump sugar. granule, N.
graphic ADJ. /图像的;图画的/pertaining to the art of delineating; vividly described. I was particularly impressed by the graphic presentation of the storm.
grapple V. /格斗，摔跤/wrestle; come to grips with. He grappled with the burglar and overpowered him.
grate V. /磨碎;惹恼;因摩擦发出的刺耳声音/make a harsh noise; have an unpleasant effect; shred. The screams of the quarreling children grated on her nerves.
gratify V. /取悦/please. Lori's parents were gratified by her successful performance on the SAT.
gratis ADJ. /免费的/free. The company offered to give one package gratis to every purchaser of one of their products. alsoADJ.
gratuitous ADJ. /无条件的;无理由的;免费的/given freely; unwarranted; uncalled for. Quit making gratuitous comments about my driving; no one asked you for your opinion.
gravity N. /重力;严重，庄严，严肃/seriousness. We could tell we were in serious trouble from the gravity of the principal's expression. (secondary meaning) grave,ADJ.
gregarious ADJ. /社交的;群居/sociable. Typically, partygoers are gregarious; hermits are not.
grievance N. /委屈;冤情;不平/cause of complaint. When her supervisor ignored her complaint, she took her grievance to the union.
grill V. /盘问/question severely. In violation of the Miranda law, the police grilled the suspect for several hours before reading him his rights. (secondary meaning)
grimace N. /扭曲的脸;做鬼脸/a facial distortion to show feeling such as pain, disgust, etc. Even though he remained silent, his grimace indicated his displeasure. alsoV.
grisly ADJ. /毛骨悚然的;恐怖的，可怕的/ghastly. She shuddered at the grisly sight.
grouse V. /发牢骚/complain; fuss. Students traditionally grouse about the abysmal quality of "mystery meat" and similar dormitory food.
grotesque ADJ. /稀奇古怪的;怪异/fantastic; comically hideous. On Halloween people enjoy wearing grotesque costumes.
grove N. /小树林/group of trees (smaller than a forest); orchard. To the child, the small grove of oaks was as vast as Sherwood Forest, in which he played that legendary hero, Robin Hood.
grovel V. /趴，匍匐/crawl or creep on ground; remain prostrate. Even though we have been defeated, we do not have to grovel before our conquerors.
grudging ADJ. /不情愿;勉强/unwilling; reluctant; stingy. We received only grudging support from the mayor despite his earlier promises of aid.
gruel V. /稀粥;极度紧张/liquid food made by boiling oatmeal, etc., in milk or water. Our daily allotment of gruel made the meal not only monotonous but also unpalatable.
grueling ADJ. /重罚;使其筋疲力尽/exhausting. The marathon is a grueling race.
gruesome ADJ. /可怕的/grisly; horrible. His face was the stuff of nightmares: all the children in the audience screamed when Freddy Kruger's gruesome countenance was flashed on the screen.
gruff ADJ. /粗糙的;粗暴的/rough-mannered. Although he was blunt and gruff with most people, he was always gentle with children.
guffaw N. /狂笑，哄笑/boisterous laughter. The loud guffaws that came from the closed room indicated that the members of the committee had not yet settled down to serious business. alsoV.
guile N. /奸诈狡猾;诡计/deceit; duplicity; wiliness; cunning. lago uses considerable guile to trick Othello into believing that Desdemona has been unfaithful.
guileless ADJ. /诚实的/without deceit. He is naive, simple, and guileless; he cannot be guilty of fraud.
guise N. /外观;装束/appearance; costume. In the guise of a plumber, the detective investigated the murder case.
gullible ADJ. /易受骗的/easily deceived. Overly gullible people have only themselves to blame if they fall for con artists repeatedly. As the saying goes, "Fool me once, shame on you. Fool me twice, shame on me."
gustatory ADJ. /味觉的/affecting the sense of taste. The Thai restaurant offered an unusual gustatory experience for those used to a bland cuisine.
gusto N. /爱好，嗜好;喜欢/enjoyment; enthusiasm. He accepted the assignment with such gusto that I feel he would have been satisfied with a smaller salary.
gusty ADJ. /多风的/windy. The gusty weather made sailing precarious.
hackneyed ADJ. /常见的;不希罕，陈腐/commonplace; trite. When the reviewer criticized the movie for its hackneyed plot, we agreed; we had seen similar stories hundreds of times before.
haggard ADJ. /枯槁的;憔悴的/wasted away; gaunt. After his long illness, he was pale and haggard.
haggle V. /讨价还价/argue about prices. I prefer to shop in a store that has a one-price policy because, whenever I haggle with a shopkeeper, I am never certain that I paid a fair price for the articles I purchased.
hallowed ADJ. /神圣化的/blessed; consecrated. Although the dead girl's parents had never been active churchgoers, they insisted that their daughter be buried in hallowed ground.
hallucination N. /幻觉，幻想/delusion. I think you were frightened by a hallucination you created in your own mind.
halting ADJ. /犹豫的/hesitant; faltering. Novice extemporaneous speakers often talk in a halting fashion as they grope for the right words.
hamper V. /阻挡，牵制，妨碍/obstruct. The new mother didn't realize how much the effort of caring for an infant would hamper her ability to keep an immaculate house.
haphazard ADJ. /随机的/random; by chance. His haphazard reading left him unacquainted with the authors of the books.
harangue N. /夸大的讲话/noisy speech. In her lengthy harangue, the principal berated the offenders. alsoV.
harass V. /烦恼/to annoy by repeated attacks. When he could not pay his bills as quickly as he had promised, he was harassed by his creditors.
harbinger N. /先驱/forerunner. The crocus is an early harbinger of spring.
harbor V. /庇护;隐藏/provide a refuge for; hide. The church harbored illegal aliens who were political refugees.
hardy ADJ. /艰苦的;勇敢的/sturdy; robust; able to stand inclement weather. We asked the gardening expert to recommend particularly hardy plants that could withstand our harsh New England winters.
harrowing ADJ. /痛苦;悲怆/agonizing; distressing; traumatic. At first the former prisoner did not wish to discuss his harrowing months of captivity as a political hostage.
haughtiness N. /傲慢;不逊/pride; arrogance. When she realized that Darcy believed himself too good to dance with his inferiors, Elizabeth took great offense at his haughtiness.
hazardous ADJ. d/危险/angerous. Your occupation is too hazardous for insurance companies to consider your application.
hazy ADJ. /朦胧的;模糊的/slightly obscure. In hazy weather, you cannot see the top of this mountain.
headlong ADJ. /轻率的/hasty; rash. The slave seized the unexpected chance to make a headlong dash across the border to freedom.
headstrong ADJ. /硬脖子;任性;不屈/stubborn; willful; unyielding. Because she refused to marry the man her parents had chosen for her, everyone scolded Minna and called her a foolish headstrong girl.
heckler N. /质问者/person who harasses others. The heckler kept interrupting the speaker with rude remarks. heckle,V.
hedonist N. /享乐主义者/one who believes that pleasure is the sole aim in life. A thoroughgoing hedonist, he considered only his own pleasure and ignored any claims others had on his money or time.
heed V. /注意，关注，留意/pay attention to; consider. We hope you heed our advice and get a good night's sleep before the test. also N.
heedless ADJ. /轻蔑的;不理睬的/not noticing; disregarding. He drove on, heedless of the danger warnings placed at the side of the road.
heinous ADJ. /可恶的，令人深恶痛绝/atrocious; hatefully bad. Hitler's heinous crimes will never be forgotten.
herbivorous ADJ. /吃粮食的(动物)/grain-eating. Some herbivorous animals have two stomachs for digesting their food.
heresy N. /少数意见，异端/opinion contrary to popular belief; opinion contrary to accepted religion. Galileo's assertion that the earth moved around the sun directly contradicted the religious teachings of his day; as a result, he was tried for heresy. heretic, N.
hermetic ADJ. /密封的，气密的/sealed by fusion so as to be airtight. After you sterilize the bandages, place them in a container and seal it with a hermetic seal to protect them from contamination by airborne bacteria.
hermitage N. /隐居的居所/home of a hermit. Even in his remote hermitage he could not escape completely from the world.
heterodox ADJ. /非主流;异端/unorthodox; unconventional. To those who upheld the belief that the earth did not move, Galileo's theory that the earth circled the sun was disturbingly heterodox.
heterogeneous ADJ. /异类，异种;不纯/dissimilar; mixed. This year's entering class is a remarkably heterogeneous body: it includes students from forty different states and twenty-six foreign countries, some the children of billionaires, others the offspring of welfare families. heterogenity, N.
heyday N. /鼎盛时期/time of greatest success; prime. In their heyday, the San Francisco Forty-Niners won the Super Bowl two years running.
hiatus N. /缝隙;短暂的空白/gap; interruption in duration or continuity; pause. During the summer hiatus, many students try to earn enough money to pay their tuition for the next school year.