[glou-er] /ˈglaʊ ər/
verb (used without object)
to look or stare with sullen dislike, discontent, or anger.
a look of sullen dislike, discontent, or anger.
(intransitive) to stare hard and angrily
a sullen or angry stare
mid-14c., “to shine;” c.1500, “to stare with wide eyes,” perhaps from a Scandinavian source (cf. Norwegian dialectal glora “to glow”), from Proto-Germanic base *glo- (see glow (v.)), root of Old English glowan “to glow,” which influenced the spelling. Or perhaps related to Middle Dutch gluren “to leer.” Meaning “to look angrily, scowl” is first recorded 1775. Related: Glowered; glowering. As a noun, 1715, from the verb.
[gloh-flahy] /ˈgloʊˌflaɪ/ noun, plural glowflies. 1. .
[gloh-ing] /ˈgloʊ ɪŋ/ adjective 1. . 2. rich and warm in coloring: glowing colors. 3. showing the radiance of health, excitement, etc.: glowing cheeks. 4. warmly favorable or complimentary: a glowing account of her work. [gloh] /gloʊ/ noun 1. a light emitted by or as if by a substance heated to luminosity; incandescence. 2. brightness […]
noun, Electronics. 1. a vacuum tube containing a gas that is ionized by the electrons, giving a visible glow. noun 1. a small light consisting of two or more electrodes in an inert gas, such as neon, at low pressure, across which an electrical discharge occurs when the voltage applied to the electrodes exceeds the […]
[gloh-ing] /ˈgloʊ ɪŋ/ adjective 1. . 2. rich and warm in coloring: glowing colors. 3. showing the radiance of health, excitement, etc.: glowing cheeks. 4. warmly favorable or complimentary: a glowing account of her work. /ˈɡləʊɪŋ/ adjective 1. emitting a steady bright light without flames: glowing embers 2. warm and rich in colour: the room […]