3 definitions by John Smith II

Often a name or term which is applied to a God, or someone who shows godly traits.
"Your so andy at this game."
di John Smith II 06 agosto 2006
People that use non-existent words such as "gammit" to gloat about how they have the "highest SAT scores in the region"
If you went to George C. Marshall, you would know that "Gammit" is not a word. The word you were most likely looking for was "Gamut", a real word, which according to Marriam Webster means "an entire range or series".
Lanley High School Student: "when Langley students say they are better at something than another - often times they are. This runs the gammit from athletics to academics." (directly from entry #2)
Marshall High School Student: Silly Langley High School student, Gammit isn't a word.
di john smith II 18 febbraio 2008
People that use non-existent words such as "gammit" to gloat about how they have the "highest SAT scores in the region"
If you went to George C. Marshall, you would know that "Gammit" is not a word. The word you were most likely looking for was "Gamut", a real word, which according to Marriam Webster means "an entire range or series".
Lanley High School Student: "when Langley students say they are better at something than another - often times they are. This runs the gammit from athletics to academics." (directly from entry #2)
Marshall High School Student: Silly Langley student, Gammit isn't a word.

I am using the words Langley high school in a sentence, so UD will let me submit this entry.]
di john smith II 16 febbraio 2008

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