- v. present participle of glob.
“Some experts at oil cleanup said the balling and globbing of the oil, clearly visible on underwater video as workers lowered the container dome onto the well, may be a result of the heavy application of chemical dispersants near the leak.”
“And she avoids expensive sunscreens because "you want to use a lot of it -- I believe in globbing it on every hour when I'm outdoors," Ms. Wells says.”
“The addition of a globbing protein, even a weak one, to the haemocyte patch would inevitably make it stronger and more stable, offering a selective advantage Note 2.”
“Carbon dioxide emissions in the U.S. and which many scientists are blaming for the globbing warming, they've doubled since 1960.”
“This Halloween night ... while you are either out trick-or-treating or globbing handfuls of candy into bags, I won't be participating in normal Halloween activities.”
“Already the mean little scud-clouds were globbing together, forming larger fragments, each with a single spike of Fracto's crown.”
“He's just globbing up food: he's gotten so fat, it's really bad.”
“To preserve efficiency and make the results more useful, we limit globbing to only queries of at least 2 characters.”
“This is a core capability of many command-line shells and is known as globbing.”
“For example, do you understand that in globbing "*" means "zero or more of any characters" and in regexes it means "zero or more of the preceding character"?”
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