Nehama (med_cat) wrote in 1word1day,

Friday word: Gilravage

(via The Grandiloquent WOTD calendar)

gilravage, intransitive verb
gil·​rav·​age | \ gə̇lˈravij\

1 chiefly Scottish a : to live riotously and intemperately especially : to practice intemperate eating and drinking
                            b : to be noisy and boisterous in merrymaking
2 chiefly Scottish : gad, gallivant

gilravage, noun

chiefly Scottish
: uproar, commotion

Origin: unknown
Tags: g, noun, scottish, verb, wordsmith: med_cat

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