Definitions

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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of globe.

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Examples

  • Sometimes I think we were meant to be one person who got split by mistake, our heart a globed fruit pulled in two, my half gone rotten.

    Bone Hinge

  • Since 2005, crews have been lowering the glass-globed sensors wired together in strings of 60, like Christmas lights, into holes melted by hot-water drills deep into the polar ice sheet.

    Using Earth to Map the Cosmos

  • Since 2005, crews have been lowering the glass-globed sensors wired together in strings of 60, like Christmas lights, into holes melted by hot-water drills a mile or so into the polar ice sheet.

    Mapping the Universe from the World's End

  • Their globed eyes have never seen the grey flatness of our human vision.

    A Year on the Wing

  • Somehow at another stall I won a beautiful globed balloon, silver and round like the full moon and filled with helium.

    A Year on the Wing

  • It was one inch long and made of paper-thin bone that globed above empty eyes and tapered at the front to a needle of beak.

    A Year on the Wing

  • Inside, looking up the spiral ramp at the wonderful, globed ceiling skylight

    PrairieMod In San Francisco: Day 3

  • A twenty-something boy room snow-globed all gooey and popping with cultural, literary, and local references, all mini-like and round, friendly, not in good taste, with spice!

    Chris Millar

  • The breasts already heavy as globed fruit but also still those of an adolescent, the nipples not yet raised, the areolae strange, smooth dark-brown circles.

    The Terror

  • The moral traits which are all globed into every virtuous act and thought, — in speech, we must sever, and describe or suggest by painful enumeration of many particulars.

    An Address

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  • Then glut thy sorrow on a morning rose,
    Or on the rainbow of the salt sand-wave,
    Or on the wealth of globed peonies;
    —Keats, 'Ode on Melancholy'

    July 15, 2008