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Gladiolus

ˌɡlæd.iˈəʊ.ləs

Meanings of Gladiolus:

noun

An old world plant of the iris family, with sword-shaped leaves and spikes of brightly coloured flowers, popular in gardens and as a cut flower.

Usage examples:

The tulip is followed in popularity by the daffodil and other narcissi, the gladiolus, the lily and…

Gladius

ˈɡladɪəs

Meanings of Gladius:

noun

(in ancient rome) a short sword.

Usage examples:

The gladius was perfectly designed for close-quarter combat

Gladly

ˈɡlæd.li

Meanings of Gladly:

adverb

Willingly or eagerly.

Usage examples:

I would have gladly paid for it

Gladness

ˈɡlæd.nəs

Meanings of Gladness:

noun

The quality of being glad (= pleased and happy)

Usage examples:

Their hearts were filled with joy and gladness., she felt a rush of real and genuine gladness as sh…

Meanings of Glads:

verb

Make happy; please.

Usage examples:

Albion's lessening shore could grieve or glad mine eye
noun

A gladiolus.

Usage examples:

The glads were planted in early spring
adjective

Feeling pleasure or happiness.

Usage examples:

I'm really glad to hear that

Gladsome

ˈɡlads(ə)m

Meanings of Gladsome:

adjective

(of a person) having a cheerful disposition.

Usage examples:

These were my favourite times, sitting before him, gladsome and proud; his thick strong arm about me.

Meanings of Gladsomer:

adjective

(of a person) having a cheerful disposition.

Usage examples:

These were my favourite times, sitting before him, gladsome and proud; his thick strong arm about me.

Meanings of Glagolitic:

adjective

Denoting or relating to an alphabet based on greek minuscules, formerly used in writing some slavic languages.

Usage examples:

Some historians believe that it was he who simplified the glagolitic alphabet and named it after hi…
noun

The glagolitic alphabet.

Usage examples:

The cyrillic alphabet was brought here by the followers of saint cyril and saint methodius, who inv…

Meanings of Glagolitsa:

adjective

Denoting or relating to an alphabet based on greek minuscules, formerly used in writing some slavic languages.

Usage examples:

Some historians believe that it was he who simplified the glagolitic alphabet and named it after hi…
noun

The glagolitic alphabet.

Usage examples:

The cyrillic alphabet was brought here by the followers of saint cyril and saint methodius, who inv…

Glaikit

ˈɡleɪkɪt

Meanings of Glaikit:

adjective

Stupid, foolish, or thoughtless.

Usage examples:

‘what a big stupid glaikit eejit,’ she'd think as some hefty big guy gave her the eye.

Glair

ˈɡlɛː

Meanings of Glair:

noun

A preparation made from egg white, especially as an adhesive for bookbinding and gilding.

Usage examples:

Whatever pigments were selected or manufactured for use, the binding medium with which they were in…

Glaive

ɡleɪv

Meanings of Glaive:

noun

A sword.

Usage examples:

He and his troops were well-equipped with glaives, maces, battle axes, and long bows.

Glaives

ɡleɪv

Meanings of Glaives:

noun

A sword.

Usage examples:

He and his troops were well-equipped with glaives, maces, battle axes, and long bows.

Glam

ɡlæm

Meanings of Glam:

adjective

Glamorous.

Usage examples:

A dapper magician and his glam assistant
noun

Glamour.

Usage examples:

Nigel, for all his glam, was karen's sort
verb

Make oneself or someone else look glamorous.

Usage examples:

The girls get glammed up for a night on the town
abbreviation

Glamorgan.

Glamor

ˈɡlamə

Meanings of Glamor:

noun

An attractive or exciting quality that makes certain people or things seem appealing.

Usage examples:

The glamour of monte carlo

Meanings of Glamorize:

verb

Make (something) seem glamorous or desirable, especially spuriously so.

Usage examples:

The lyrics glamorize drugs

Meanings of Glamorized:

verb

Make (something) seem glamorous or desirable, especially spuriously so.

Usage examples:

The lyrics glamorize drugs

Glamorizing

ˈɡlæm.ə.raɪz

Meanings of Glamorizing:

verb

Make (something) seem glamorous or desirable, especially spuriously so.

Usage examples:

The lyrics glamorize drugs

Glamorously

ˈɡlæm.ər.əs.li

Meanings of Glamorously:

adverb

In an attractive, exciting, and special way

Usage examples:

She was smart and beautiful and so glamorously dressed., she looked more glamorously beautiful than…

Meanings of Glamorousness:

noun

The quality of being attractive in an exciting and special way

Usage examples:

I travelled to the remotest places to discover the glamorousness of these islands., fur has become …

Meanings of Glamour:

noun

An attractive or exciting quality that makes certain people or things seem appealing.

Usage examples:

The glamour of monte carlo

Glamourize

ˈɡlamərʌɪz

Meanings of Glamourize:

verb

Make (something) seem glamorous or desirable, especially spuriously so.

Usage examples:

The lyrics glamorize drugs

Meanings of Glamourous:

adjective

Attractive or appealing in an exotic or exciting way.

Usage examples:

Being a singer must be such a glamorous lifestyle

Glamping

ˈɡlæm.pɪŋ

Meanings of Glamping:

noun

A type of camping that is more comfortable and luxurious than traditional camping. the word is a mixture of 'glamorous' and 'camping'.

Usage examples:

Our glamping holidays provide all the fun and outdoor lifestyle of camping with just a little more …

Glance

ɡlɑːns

Meanings of Glance:

verb

Take a brief or hurried look.

Usage examples:

Ginny glanced at her watch
noun

A brief or hurried look.

Usage examples:

I stole a glance at john

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