Browsing page 27 of words meaning good qualities (602 words total)
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- a man that is dressed well, attractive and well off. From the magazine GQ, originally called Gentlemen's Quarterly.
Man that guy was GQ.
Last edited on May 10 1999. Submitted by Anonymous
on May 10 1999.
- term used to describe a good style or nice clothes. from the name of the magazine Gentlemen's Quarterly.
Last edited on May 14 2011. Submitted by Philip W. from Lincoln, NE, USA
on Apr 06 2000.
- very good, excellent; "cool".
Last edited on Mar 21 2011. Submitted by Dane Briggs from AZ, USA
on Jan 13 1997.
- profit or unexpected reward. Used for a long time in the business world.
We expect to at least make back our investment. Anything over that is gravy.
- See more words with the same meaning: money.
Last edited on Aug 01 1998. Submitted by Woop from CA, USA
on Aug 01 1998.
Man, that climb was gravy.
Last edited on Oct 01 2001. Submitted by Anonymous
on Oct 01 2001.
- refers to a situation that went smoothly with no problems, set backs or interruptions.
Something which was performed with ease.
Making that shot from the three point line was gravy for Micheal Jordan.
Last edited on Sep 01 2011. Submitted by The Last Don
on Aug 31 2011.
- Perfect; no flaws at all.
That's one greasy sweet watch!
Last edited on Nov 26 2010. Submitted by Samsonic91 from Brooklyn, New York, NY, USA
on Nov 15 2004.
I was out of money so I bummed a grit.
Last edited on Feb 11 1998. Submitted by Anonymous
on Feb 11 1998.
- a country bumpkin; "redneck".
Last edited on May 08 2013. Submitted by Jacki P. from Bloomington, IN, USA
on Mar 02 2008.
- meth or speed (because of the fact you grit your teeth) while your on the drugs. and if you are on it long enough you will look like "grit"
Last edited on Oct 14 2012. Submitted by Anonymous
on Oct 14 2012.
noun - uncountable