Definitions

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

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • adj. overfull; filled to excess.
  • adj. overfull; filled to excess.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • adj. exceeding demand

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Examples

  • If the critics feel "glutted" it's not because there are too many CG features out there.

    SPA tries the waters with Open Season

  • The worthy clerk of the Admiralty "glutted" himself with looking on her;

    Royalty Restored

  • It frequently occurs that the market is "glutted" with berries for a brief time in the height of the season.

    Success with Small Fruits

  • The market was "glutted," and the variety yielded berries so small and poor that they did not average five cents per quart.

    Success with Small Fruits

  • It only makes us more enemies and W has planted a big crop of those for us already so the market is kind of glutted right now. "

    The Full Feed from HuffingtonPost.com

  • But as the shrinking demand for classical recordings, or a glutted market, led to a marked decline in sales, and recording costs continued high, labels started dropping orchestras one by one.

    NSO back on the record -- or CD

  • All railroads into Asia were glutted with troop trains.

    THE UNPARALLELED INVASION

  • Savage as a Red Indian, gambler and profligate, a man without morals, whose vengeance was never glutted and who stamped on the faces of all who opposed him — oh, yes, she knew all the hard names he had been called.

    Chapter XIV

  • The path, always travelled from daylight to dark, and which he had so recently seen glutted with humans, now in its emptiness affected him profoundly with the impression of the endingness of all things in a perishing world.

    CHAPTER XIX

  • Leaping down the bank beyond the glutted passage, he gained the hard-footing of the sled-trail and made better time.

    THE RACE FOR NUMBER ONE

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