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glomerate formed into a tight, rounded mass.
gloom lack of light; darkness or dimness. [5 definitions]
gloomy dim or dark; dreary or dismal. [3 definitions]
glop (informal) any messy, gooey, sticky substance, thick liquid, or the like.
glorification the act of glorifying, or the state of being glorified. [2 definitions]
glorify to give great praise, honor, or glory to, esp. in worship; exalt; extol. [3 definitions]
glorious having or meriting great praise, fame, honor, or glory; illustrious. [4 definitions]
glory great honor, distinction, praise, or renown. [8 definitions]
glory days a time in the past when someone or something flourished.
gloss1 a shine or sheen on a surface; luster. [4 definitions]
gloss2 an explanatory note, such as a translation of an unusual, foreign, or technical expression, placed between the lines or in the margin of a text or manuscript. [3 definitions]
glossary a list of unusual, difficult, or technical words and their definitions, usu. placed at the end of a book. [2 definitions]
glossolalia see speaking in tongues.
glossy having a smooth, shiny surface or appearance. [5 definitions]
glottal of or articulated in the glottis.
glottal stop a speech sound made by momentarily closing the glottis and then abruptly releasing it.
glottis the elongated opening between the vocal cords in the upper portion of the larynx.
glove a covering for the hand, usu. made of cloth or leather and having separate sections for each finger and the thumb. [5 definitions]
glove compartment a small storage area built into an automobile's dashboard, usu. on the passenger's side.
glover one who makes or sells gloves.
glow light given off by something very hot but flameless, or light that appears to be given off in this way. [6 definitions]