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gamut
means the whole range of a series, not just part
throw down the gauntlet
means issuing a challenge to another person; in old days a person would throw down a glove -- "gauntlet" -- to challenge a duel
germane
means relevant to a point
gerrymander
to distort a political boundary to one's advantage
gilding the lily
popularly used, but wrong -- the lines from Shakespeare are "To gild refined gold, to paint the lily" -- to mean overdoing something
grammatical error
though some object to it, saying a phrase may not be "grammatical" and an "error," this term is RIGHT because grammatical means "relating to grammar," which errors can be
grisly
horrifying or gruesome
grizzly
gray, especially gray-haired
in the greater London area
in greater London -- or -- in the London area would express it simpler
grievous
often misspelled grievious, meaning severe
graffito
technically this is the singular for graffiti, which is plural
grandiloquence
not grandeloquence, for inflated showy speech
guttural
not gutturel, for something coming from deep in the gut -- like "a guttural growl"
ghettos
not ghettoes, for a place of poverty