gyps gyps


  • (n) a genus of Accipitridae


  1. Diana Lynn, as the boss of a female swing band, gyps him out of his heart and most of his fortune.
  2. To the discomfort of airlines struggling with summertime hordes of travelers, some jet-age gyps have discovered that they can literally write their own tickets.
  3. Happy gyps her out of her winnings at the crap table, hurries on with his insolvent boys to Schultz's Copacabana, in Brooklyn.
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furtive furtive
/ˈfɜr tɪv /