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Gaddr

[ɡad]

VERB
informal

gads (third person present) · gadded (past tense) · gadded (past participle) · gadding (present participle)

  - go around from one place to another, in the pursuit of pleasure or entertainment.

DEFINITION

  - (in the Bible) a Hebrew patriarch, son of Jacob and Zilpah (Gen. 30:9–11).

EXCLAMATION
archaic

  - an expression of surprise or emphatic assertion.

NOUN

  - short for generalized anxiety disorder.

Synonyms

gallivant, wander, rove, ramble, traipse, meander, stray, Feedback, Legal,

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