American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. Sports A gymnasium.
- n. Sports A course in physical education.
- n. Sports A metal frame supporting equipment used in outdoor play.
- n. Short form of gymnasium.
- n. weightlifting A sports facility specialized for lifting weights and exercise.
- n. physical education class
- n. athletic facility equipped for sports or physical training
“It is an intriguing sport for New York City's space-starved schools, where the term "gym" can sometimes mean a cleared classroom.”
“You will need to say, Going to the gym is a top priority.”
“Monday, since the gym is a new gym, I get my first of three mandatory/free with signup meetings with a personal trainer.”
“Just show me where the gym is at, and that's all I need to know.”
“One thing I really want to change at the gym is the amount of time that I have to spend there.”
“Everybody in the gym is aware of what Paul can do," Garnett said.”
“He's what you call a gym rat; he has a passion for the game," Terry Dunn said of his son by phone this week.”
“I have seen a number of old schools in Baltimore and DC reused for a lot of purposes from condos, to art galleries, and even a rubber raft factory (a school gym is the perfect size to house a vulcanizing oven or two).”
“She says she could save even more money by doing the same workout at home but finds that going to the gym is motivating.”
“Could I suggest focusing on other kinds of trivial behavior, like using a bit of telekinesis in gym class or whatever?”
These user-created lists contain the word ‘gym’.
A list of 3-letter words which cannot be formed by adding a letter to a 2-letter word (see Ken Clark's word lists found at http://www.seattlescrab...
includes words of the "Prodcom list"
A list of English words that are three letters long.
"A new word created by removing an affix from an already existing word, as vacuum clean from vacuum cleaner, or by removing what is mistakenly thought to be an affix, as pea from the earlier Englis...
Very basic words for ESL students.
Words that have been cut down from their original glory, ie. apocopes, but are still 'understandable' in the chopped form. eg. doc for doctor. Most of them are horribilisms, I know :-( Let's keep t...
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