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5. gain time procrastinate, stall, temporize, U.S. Congress, filibuster; delay, dally, use dilatory tactics, maneuver; postpone, put off, hold in abeyance, put on a back burner.
-n. 6. profit, advantage, behoof, interest; benefit, good, avail, efficacy, use, usefulness.
7. gains profits, winnings,
SI. take, SI. velvet; proceeds, SI. clean-up, pickings; revenue, income, earnings; return, interest, yield.
8. increase, augmentation, addition, increment, accretion, accumulation; rise, elevation, enhancement, ennoblement.
9. advance, advancement, forward movement, headway; progress, step forward, breakthrough, major development, discovery, finding.
10. acquisition, acquirement, obtainment; getting, striving, achieving, achievement. gainful,
adj. profitable, remunerative, paying, rewarding, productive, fruitful; lucrative, money-making, rich, fat; beneficial, advantageous, worthwhile, valuable, useful, desirable. gainsay, v. 1. deny, dispute, controvert, naysay, disbelieve; contradict, traverse, nullify, negate, disaffirm; disprove, confute, refute, discredit; protest, oppose, contravene; dissent, differ, challenge, impugn; object, demur, refuse assent, disagree; say no to, turn thumbs down, turn a deaf ear; prohibit, proscribe, veto.
-n. 2. denial, contradiction, disaffirmation, negation, denegation; disavowal, unsaying, repudiation, disclaimer, disclamation, gainsaying, recantation; refutation, disproof, confutation; protest, objection, contravention. gait,
n. 1. walk, step, stride, tread; manner of going, bearing, carriage; stalk, saunter, run.
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(all of horses) rack, single-foot, amble, pace, trot, job, gallop. gaiter, n. spat, spatterdash, legging, puttee, Western U.S. chaps, (in Mexico) chaparajos, gambado, galligaskin, gambado, Armor, greave. gala, adj. 1. festive, festal, festival, holiday, in holiday spirits; merry, joyous, gleeful, mirthful, convivial; gay, sportive, uproarious; diverting, entertaining, amusing, pleasing; spirited, lively, dashing; rollicking, rompish, romping; jovial, jolly, good-time.
2. showy, colorful, glittering, flashy, flaunting, ostentatious, pompous, pretentious; spectacular, dramatic, theatrical, with flying colors, with flourish of trumpet; majestic, stately, grand; magnificent, gorgeous, splendid, sumptuous; ceremonial, ritualistic, solemn; formal, dress-up, silk-stocking, black tie, white tie.
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3. holiday, religious feast day, holy day; festivity, festival, fete, field day, carnival; event, occasion, red-letter day, anniversary, jubilee; celebration, ceremony, ritual; pageant, exhibition, procession, demonstration; party, ball, dance, cotillion, extravaganza, happening, Inf. shindig, SI. wing-ding, SI. bash. galaxy, n. 1. constellation, starry host, starry cope, heavens, deep space; Milky Way.
2. brilliant assemblage, eminent company, host of luminaries, illustrious group, notables. gale,
n. 1. windstorm, storm, tempest, blast, blow, wind, khamsini, disturbance, turbulence, hurricane, tornado, whirlwind, cyclone, twister; squall, williwaw, blizzard; mistral, monsoon, simoom, sirocco, big blow, hard blow, northeaster.

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