[glop-ee] /ˈglɒp i/
adjective, gloppier, gloppiest.
marked by or full of .
[glop] /glɒp/ noun, Informal. 1. unappetizing food, especially of a semiliquid consistency. 2. any messy substance, especially of a semiliquid consistency. 3. sentimentality; mawkishness. n. 1943, imitative of the sound of something viscous and unappetizing hitting a dinner plate. noun verb To smear; daub: By glopping strings and chorales onto Tin Pan Alley lyrics, Nashville […]
[glawr-ee-uh, glohr-] /ˈglɔr i ə, ˈgloʊr-/ noun 1. Liturgy. 2. (lowercase) a repetition of one of these. 3. (lowercase) a musical setting for one of these. 4. (lowercase) a halo, nimbus, or aureole, or an ornament in imitation of one. 5. (lowercase) a fabric of silk, cotton, nylon, or wool for umbrellas, dresses, etc., often […]
[glawr-ee-uh in ek-sel-sis dey-oh, glohr-] /ˈglɔr i ə ɪn ɛkˈsɛl sɪs ˈdeɪ oʊ, ˈgloʊr-/ noun 1. the hymn beginning, in Latin, Gloria in Excelsis Deo, “Glory in the highest to God,” and in the English version, “Glory be to God on high.”. /ˈɡlɔːrɪə ɪn ɛkˈsɛlsɪsˈ deɪəʊ; ˈɡlɔːrɪˌɑː; ɛksˈtʃɛlsɪs/ noun 1. the Greater Doxology, beginning in […]
[ahd gloh-ri-ahm; English ad glawr-ee-am, -glohr-] /ɑd ˈgloʊ rɪˌɑm; English æd ˈglɔr iˌæm, -ˈgloʊr-/ adverb, Latin. 1. for glory. [ahd mah-yaw-rem de-ee glaw-ree-ahm] /ɑd mɑˈyɔ rɛm ˈdɛ i ˈglɔ riˌɑm/ Latin. 1. for the greater glory of God: motto of the Jesuits.