Definitions

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  • verb Present participle of glom.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • I know the idea of glomming onto the Web 2.0 bandwagon rubs some people the wrong way, but we need a "big tent" term to describe stuff that is so important, and the truth is the word

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  • I know the idea of glomming onto the Web 2.0 bandwagon rubs some people the wrong way, but we need a "big tent" term to describe stuff that is so important, and the truth is the word

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  • You're kind of glomming a couple things on there that I'm not sure work.

    Obama's Press Avail on Trinity United - Real Clear Politics – TIME.com

  • And you remember when conservatives thought stopping people from "glomming" off government programs was a good thing.

    Tom Sullivan: Health Care Debate Loses Coherence

  • Caltech students said they are not expecting a revolution in social life or an end to the much-discussed practice of "glomming," in which a posse of young men annoyingly seek the attention of one woman.

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  • Caltech students said they are not expecting a revolution in social life or an end to the much-discussed practice of "glomming," in which a posse of young men annoyingly seek the attention of one woman.

    Women in Science News Roundup: North America Edition

  • And everybody kind of glomming on and trying to make Superman their own?

    CNN Transcript Jun 27, 2006

  • Many borax cross-links occur, thus "glomming" together many polymer molecules to form a pliable putty material.

    Archive 2004-09-01

  • The Accusation: Like all celeb bloggers, engages in the "You-Suck Principle," glomming "onto celebrities in an attitude of adoration and loathing; first adoration, then loathing."

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  • That's very true in that, despite things kind of "glomming", finally, the App Store is still in the growing stages.

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  • Having glommed onto useless slang for many years such as this word, I'm surprised that the referenced dictionaries have no definitions for "glom." Princeton shows one:

    http://wordnetweb.princeton.edu/perl/webwn?s=glom

    November 23, 2009