gyp had never loved him, never given him what he wanted, never quenched his thirst of her!
gyp's tone asked, rather: "What in the world have you found to do?"
And gyp sat like a sphinx, for fear that she too might let slip those words: "Oh, no!"
"Isn't it funny," mused gyp as she balanced on the footboard of her bed.
He could find out, at all events, whether gyp had been to her father's.
gyp had yelled with the others, so had Ginny Cox, who had come back into the room.
gyp understood her concern; Jerry had very little spending money.
She had not laid eyes on gyp after that one fleeting glimpse on the stairs.
gyp could never be self-confident for long; over her most victorious moments brooded the shadow of distrust.
She was conscious, now, of only two persons in the room, gyp and Uncle Johnny.
: a gyp joint/ gyp terms
To cheat; swindle; con: We got gypped out of it all in two days