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  • v. Present participle of gyp.


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  • So when these people sell out, even though they get fabulously rich, they're gypping themselves out of one of the potentially most rewarding experiences of their unfolding lives.

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  • And why does no one ever make a fuss when someone accuses someone else of “welshing” on a deal (offensive to the Welsh – seriously) or gypping someone (offensive to Gypsies).

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  • Soon, we will stop glamorizing unlicensed plumbers who don't use their real name and could face jail time for gypping Uncle Sam.

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  • Um, but seriously, the words gyp, gypped, and gypping are in the dictionary defined this way: Main Entry: 2gyp

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  • But our education system is gypping people if it doesn't let them know that, if they drop out from high school, that they face a bleak future, so they're really engaged, so that they ...

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  • Why would you, Walter, continue using the terms, gypping and welshing?

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  • Now the blog toolmakers have figured out that the readers are gypping them out of page impressions, and are starting to embed all sorts of useless crap in their RSS feeds.

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  • Just want to make sure I'm not gypping you with your title.

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  • I feel like I'm gypping people when I just send a two sentence email back to them, but that's all I have time for.

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  • She's finished gypping the sisters on the price of tomatoes, and now she'll donate the surplus profit to me for the poor box.

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