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  • n. Plural form of gloze.
  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of gloze.


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  • How can the inner life and mystery that stirs in our souls penetrate through our glozes, when we have not even words to describe the visible and outward mysteries of beauty?

    The Magic Skin

  • You get the very spirit of the meaning of that country when you see Little Pete feeding his sheep in the red, choked maw of an old vent, -- a kind of silly pastoral gentleness that glozes over an elemental violence.

    Jimville: A Bret Harte Town

  • His letter was from Portland on the 29th of March, and it will be observed that he no longer compromises or glozes over what he was and had been suffering.

    The Life of Charles Dickens, Vol. I-III, Complete

  • It is just at this moment that Sir Credulous Easy's deafening fanfare re-echoes in the street, and Sir Patient, awakened and half-stunned by the pandemonium, is led grouty and bawling into his wife's room, where he discovers Knowell, whom Lucia has all this time taken for Wittmore; but her obvious confusion and dismay thereon are such that Sir Patient does not suspect the real happenings, which she glozes over with a tale concerning Isabella.

    The Works of Aphra Behn Volume IV.


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