Pronunciation of Gad
/ɡˈad/, /ɡˈad/, /ɡ_ˈa_d/
Synonyms for gad:
Sense 1 (noun)
Sense 2 (noun)
anxiety reaction, gallivant, generalized anxiety disorder, jazz around, spur.
roam about (verb)
rove, stray, traipse, wander.
Usage examples for gad:
- " By Gad, you tell the story all right," he exclaimed, " but that doesn't seem like Billie; whatever got into the girl to make her do a trick like that?" - "Love Under Fire", Randall Parrish.
- Gad, I must get rid of him; they all see it. - "A Heart-Song of To-day", Annie Gregg Savigny.
- Gad, I envy him. - "The Tin Soldier", Temple Bailey.
- The long and short of it is you've got to take the shares, or, by Gad, I go out of this room and I say what I think! - "Ovington's Bank", Stanley J. Weyman.
- Nevah saw a bettah, by gad. - "The Missing Link", Edward Dyson.
Idioms for gad:
- gad around;