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  • adjective superlative form of game: most game.

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Examples

  • But, to tell the truth, I guess I needed the diversion more than he did, for he was the bravest and "gamest" youngster I ever knew.

    The Emma Gees

  • But from then till the fourteenth he put up the gamest exhibition of his career.

    The Mexican

  • You've got to hand it to Adrien Brody, perhaps the gamest actor working in films today.

    Marshall Fine: HuffPost Review: Wrecked

  • Bettles, himself one of the gamest of the old-timers in deeds and daring ceased from his drunken lay of the "Sassafras Root," and titubated over to congratulate

    Chapter III

  • Barbara Crampton, as the “girl wonder” psychiatrist, is very subtle and again proves herself one of the gamest actresses working.

    From Beyond (1986)

  • "The gamest man I ever saw," the Governor said, and Jeb Stuart (who was bloody rude to him at the time, I may say) remarked to me years later that without men like J.B. there wouldn't be an America.

    THE NUMBERS

  • She gave her evidence in the gamest way, and was highly complimented by the Bench, and cheered right home to her lodgings.

    David Copperfield

  • Nature tells everybody about but I learned all the runes of the gamest game ever from my old nourse Asa.

    Finnegans Wake

  • Yes, comparisons to Michael Jackson are inevitable, but despite Depp's gamest efforts, the film falls flat.

    Charlie & The Chocolate Factory (SPOILERS!)

  • Yes, comparisons to Michael Jackson are inevitable, but despite Depp's gamest efforts, the film falls flat.

    Archive 2005-07-01

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