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gamut

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishgamutgam‧ut /ˈɡæmət/ noun [singular]  VARIOUS/OF DIFFERENT KINDSthe complete range of possibilitiesgamut of College life opened up a whole gamut of new experiences. Her feelings that day ran the gamut of emotions (=included all the possibilities between two extremes).
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gamut"Fear" is a word that covers a gamut of different feelings.It will continue to offer a lineup of products that, well, cover the gamut of all users.Factors fueling the avid interest in e-commerce run the gamut of the business process.His thoughts had run the gamut during lunch, competing in an emotional decathlon.Lodgings run the gamut from rustic cabins to plush hotels.Experiments around the country are running the gamut, with the interesting experiments occurring mainly in smaller states.Rhine Riesling runs the gamut from dry to sweet, but it is generally dry.Alternative therapies have been successful with a whole gamut of health problems.New mothers can experience the whole gamut of emotions, from intense joy to deep depression.gamut ofThe movie uses the gamut of traditional and computerized special effects.
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