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gaum

verb, dialect

Synonyms and Antonyms of gaum

  1. to make dirty <the kitchen floor was all gaumed up from countless spills> Synonyms befoul, begrime, bemire, besmirch, blacken, daub, distain [archaic], foul, dirty [dialect], grime, mire, muck, muddy, smirch, smudge, soil, stain, sullyRelated Words contaminate, defile, pollute, taint; discolor; confuse, disarrange, disarray, dishevel, disorder, draggle, jumble, mess, muddle; colly [chiefly British dialect], crock [dialect]Near Antonyms decontaminate, purge, purify; disinfect, sanitize; brush, dry-clean, dust, launder, mop, rinse, scour, scrub, sweep, wash, wipe; brighten, deodorize, freshen, renew, spruce (up); straighten (up), tidy (up)Antonyms clean, cleanse


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