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Definition of Glose

Glose
Glose Glose, n. & v. See Gloze. --Chaucer.

Meaning of Glose from wikipedia

- Glosa (English: Glose or Gloss) is a poetic form that borrows lines from another, usually more famous poem and incorporates its text. The term originates...
- Augusta Glosé (June 2, 1877 – September 24, 1976), also seen as Augusta Glose, later Augusta Glose Leeds, was an American comedic actress and musical performer...
- Bill Glose (born Riverside, California) is an American journalist, poet, and fiction writer. He is best known for winning the 2001 F. Scott Fitzgerald...
- Georgianna Inez Glose (December 1, 1946 – April 28, 2020) was an American activist and Dominican religious sister, based in New York City. Glose was born in...
- 2021, Medium announced that it had acquired the social-based ebook company Glose. Medium employees announced their intent to form a trade union with CODE-CWA...
- 28 April 2020 David Boe 84 Organist United States (Glenview) Georgianna Glose 74 Nun and activist United States (Brooklyn) Steven I. Milligram 66 Judge...
- Venezia. 10 August 2012. "Laurel Holloman de "the L word" expose "coeur libre" à Paris". Glose. 17 April 2012. Laurel Holloman Art Laurel Holloman at IMDb...
- English language was a marginal note or explanation, borrowed from French glose, which comes from medieval Latin glōsa, classical glōssa, meaning an obsolete...
- and linguistically innovative mystical gloss on the Our Father entitled Glose op den pater noster. This treatise is part of a m****cript now in the Royal...
- cost to obtain the love and favour of the communal tie (which outwardlie glosed, and openly dissembled with him) ... gave prodigally so many and so great...