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Definitions of GAF

  1. A sharp iron hook at the end of a pole, for landing large fish.
  2. A spar for extending a sail.
  3. A game cock's steel spur.
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Usage examples for GAF

  1. So tidings were brought to the King that the Lords of three cities, with vast retinues, were come, by reason of a warning, to pay homage to Shagpat, the son of Shimpoor; and these three cities were the cities of Oolb, and of Gaf and of Shiraz, even these! – The Shaving of Shagpat, Complete by George Meredith
  2. Surely, the visages of the Kings of Shiraz and of Gaf and of Oolb betokened dread of Shagpat and amazement at him; but the King of the City exulted, and the shining of content was on his countenance, and he cried, 'Wondrous! – The Shaving of Shagpat, Complete by George Meredith
  3. Now, for the Kings of Shiraz and of Gaf Shibli Bagarag entertained them in honour; but the King of Oolb he disgraced and stripped of his robes, to invest Baba Mustapha in those royal emblems- a punishment to the treachery of the King of Oolb, as is said by Aboo Eznol: When nations with opposing forces, rash, Shatter each other, thou that wouldst have stood Apart to profit by the monstrous feud, Thou art the surest victim of the crash. – The Shaving of Shagpat, Complete by George Meredith
  4. See, now, how the might that's in him shall defeat the machinations of evil, O my cousins of Oolb, and of Gaf and of Shiraz. – The Shaving of Shagpat, Complete by George Meredith

Rhymes for GAF