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- n. Plural form of glut.
- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of glut.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Same as glut, 8.
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(I think, but am not sure, that ability to choose childrens 'gender has resulted in gluts of male babies followed by gluts of female babies.)
These came each year in two successive armies or "gluts," the one when the plants were half grown, the other when they were nearly ready for harvest.
It is admitted that some sentences ” notably, the Liars ” are truth value gluts, that is, both true and false (the construction may also sustain sentences which are both true and not true); and no artificial hierarchy of metalanguages is needed ” not to speak about the further epicycles of the (allegedly) consistent solutions to the Liar paradoxes.
Plenty meant ruin to agriculturists, and commercial 'gluts' resulting in manufacturers 'warehouses crammed with unsaleable goods.
The paupers of Glasgow were 'excrescent,' and the 'gluts' were visible in the commercial crises which had thrown numbers of poor weavers out of employment and degraded them into permanent paupers.
As she followed him into his kitchen, she was unable to ignore his tight gluts, muscular thighs, small waist and broad shoulders.
If I sit in my chair and squeeze my ass twenty times in a row (apologies for lack of class in my phrasing), like a “clench and hold” kind of thing, does that work my gluts?
Farmers aren't producing gluts yet but it isn't for lack of trying.
But supply gluts for manufacturers in those business slowed plans to boost production capacity in the past year.
Farmers have long responded to high prices by planting more land and then producing price-depressing gluts.
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