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  1. Function: adjective
    Definition: very confused by something
    Example Sentence: The man was lost and very garfunkled.
    Submitted by: Anonymous from California, USA on 11/13/2011 08:22


  1. Function: adjective
    Definition: super large
    Word History: from everyone
    Example Sentence: There is a gargantuan dinosaur.
    Submitted by: Benny from B.C., Canada on 09/14/2007 10:24


  1. Function: noun
    Definition: the toenail of a giant
    Example Sentence: The gargen on the giant's big toe was green and moldy.
    Submitted by: Camjak from Montana on 11/02/2007 03:06


  1. Function: verb
    Definition: to make sniffing sounds with a stuffy nose
    Example Sentence: He was overcome with emotion and began to garglesnoot.
    Submitted by: James from NJ, USA on 11/27/2008 02:49


  1. Function: adjective
    Definition: full of garlic: having a lot of garlic in it
    Example Sentence: That rice mix is so garly.
    Submitted by: Little Lions from CA, USA on 12/27/2008 12:18


  1. Function: interjection
    Definition: used to express surprise
    Word History: like "gosh" but with added emphasis
    Example Sentence: Garsh, that hurt more than I thought it would.
    Submitted by: Gerali D. from California, USA on 01/09/2008 09:59


  1. Function: adjective
    Definition: super small compared to the usual size of something
    Example Sentence: The garsmall giant took a year to climb the beanstalk.
    Submitted by: Nicole from Maryland, USA on 10/02/2008 09:16


  1. Function: noun
    Definition: an aquatic flower
    Example Sentence: An aromatic gashoa floated in the water.
    Submitted by: Kiki from Colorado, USA on 10/14/2008 04:29


  1. Function: noun
    Definition: soda or any other drinks with gas bubbles
    Example Sentence: Soda is a gasiquid.
    Submitted by: Izzy from FL, USA on 11/11/2014 10:04


  1. Function: noun
    Definition: a really long or tough race: a hard marathon
    Example Sentence: That gaspathon was so exhausting.
    Submitted by: Anonymous from DC, USA on 10/03/2012 06:41