(informal) (of wine) easy and pleasant to drink
[gluhg] /glʌg/ verb (used without object), glugged, glugging. 1. to make the sound of liquid pouring from a bottle. noun 2. such a sound. /ɡlʌɡ/ noun 1. a word representing a gurgling sound, as of liquid being poured from a bottle or swallowed 1768, imitative of the sound of swallowing a drink, etc. noun
/ˈɡluːˌvaɪn/ noun 1. mulled wine noun red wine with sugar and spices, served heated Word Origin glühen ‘to glow’ + wein ‘wine’
[gloo] /glu/ noun 1. a hard, impure, protein gelatin, obtained by boiling skins, hoofs, and other animal substances in water, that when melted or diluted is a strong adhesive. 2. any of various solutions or preparations of this substance, used as an adhesive. 3. any of various other solutions or preparations that can be used […]
[gluhm] /glʌm/ adjective, glummer, glummest. 1. sullenly or silently gloomy; dejected. /ɡlʌm/ adjective glummer, glummest 1. silent or sullen, as from gloom adj. 1540s, “sullen, frowning,” from Middle English gloumen (v.) “become dark” (c.1300), later gloumben “look gloomy or sullen” (late 14c.); see gloom. Related: Glumly; glumness.