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Gall

Definition of gall:

part of speech: noun

The greenish- yellow fluid secreted from the liver, called bile: bitterness: malignity.

part of speech: noun

The bile, especially that of the ox, which is used in making water color paints and medicine; anything very bitter; a sore on the skin from chafing; evil feeling.

part of speech: noun

Excrescence on the oak, produced by the puncture of an insect.

part of speech: noun

A wound caused by rubbing.

part of speech: noun

Bile, the secretion of the liver; any excrescence on plants caused by disease.

part of speech: verb

To hurt by chafing; annoy.

part of speech: verb

To break or injure by rubbing, as the skin; render sore by friction; vex.

part of speech: verb

To fret; to become sore or worn by chafing.

part of speech: noun

The bile; bitterness; rancor.

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