Did you maybe mean glib?
American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. A small drop; a globule.
- n. A soft thick lump or mass: a glob of mashed potatoes; globs of red mud.
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- See globe, n., 6, and globe, v. t., 2.
- n. A round, shapeless or amorphous lump, as of a semisolid substance.
- n. programming A limited pattern matching technique using wildcards, less powerful than a regular expression.
- v. To stick in globs or lumps.
- v. programming To carry out pattern matching using a glob.
GNU Webster's 1913
- n. a compact mass, especially of a semiliquid or viscous substance.
- n. a compact mass
- Middle English globbe, large mass, from Latin globus, globular mass. (American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition)
“Lift the glob from the bowl and allow the moisture to drain off.”
“The glob was the same greasy white as the woman's flesh, but covered with silky brown wisps.”
“S. O'BRIEN: It looks like one of those games where they put pieces of different animals together and they just kind of glob it together and there it is.”
“A key one is particle size: the smaller the particle size the less mass of sulphur is needed, but if the particles are too small they can 'glob' together and fall out of the stratosphere quicker.”
“Then you'll understand behavior of micro-segments of your website visitors, which in turn will lead you to actionable insights because you are not focusing on a "glob" rather you are focused on a "specific".”
“I got a wish list from Nana who has told me repeatedly to check your "glob" :) ) and after a trip to Trader Joe's with Caroline, food assistance is on the way.”
“Though R2-D2's bi-pedaled counterpart C-3PO called him an "overweight glob of grease," I wouldn't change a thing about him.”
“Do you just knit a glob of yarn and throw it away?”
“That glob of flesh and bones who called himself my husband and your father is gone.”
“That half-hour lull before the pub closed, Captin and Ruby enjoyed the easy quiet and didnt talk much while they worked: he checked the range and flicked a glob of batter in to test the fat; she scoured the counter and put out fresh greaseproof squares beside the paper, ready to wrap chips, then Captin wiped the counter down again.”
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A list of terms for units of measurement that are less than exact, such as dessert-spoonful.
Imagine my joy when I was wearing my calculator watch and was first introduced to someone named Leslie - there was exactly enough room on the display for 317537.14.
Edit: I've discove...
short, sweet, epic, catchy, sassy, sexy & sizzling.
( personal list, randomness )
"I like quesadillas!" All the fun words for the non-stop babbler's vocabulary.
words that I do not wish to hear used
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