When it comes to the Wordle puzzle of the day, preparation is always crucial. Use each of your five guesses to improve your answers rather than squandering them on meaningless terms. In this handy guide, we’ll go over every 5 Letter Words Starting with GLO so you know where to look after making your initial guess.
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We have the complete list of 5 letter words starting with GLO. While some words are more common than others, the list below should help you get back on track.
There you have it, a complete list of 5 letter words starting with GLO to help you in Wordle.
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|Gloar||To squint; to stare|
|Globi||The globus plural|
In addition to the macrophages that carry acid-fast bacilli, brown masses are occasionally seen in the granulomatous lesions of leprosy; these are assumed to represent degenerate variants of such cells, in which the organisms are no longer viable and have turned granular or amorphous.
singular noun: glob
a lump of a semi-liquid substance.
|Globy||Resembling a globe; circular|
A type of pistol.
|Glode||Archaic past tense of glide.|
A type of Scandinavian mulled wine made with brandy, almonds, raisins, and spices.
|Glome||To look gloomy, morose, or sullen.|
|Glomp||To embrace enthusiastically.|
3rd person present: gloms
|Glook||glook. (rare) An alternate spelling of glug.|
Sloppy or sticky semi-fluid matter, typically something unpleasant.
|Glope||(dialectal, intransitive) To look up in terror; to stare.|
sticky and amorphous matter, typically something unpleasant.
transfer (a sloppy or sticky substance) to a container.
|Glore||dialectal, England: to fixate look: stare|
|Glosa||glosa. Lat Am Spain. feminine noun.|
|Glost||(ɡlɒst ) the principal glaze used for pottery.|
To look or stare with sullen annoyance or anger.
glout (plural glouts) (obsolete) A sulky look. (obsolete) A stare.
giving off a steady light.
(of a person’s skin) appearing healthy and youthful.
feeling deep pleasure or pride.
Make excuses for.
Use ingratiating language.
Gloam definition. the period of time shortly after sunset. synonyms: dusk, evenfall, fall, gloaming, nightfall, twilight, crepuscule. kinds: at night. a shorter nighttime period.
To squint; to stare
To look with the eyes partly closed, as in bright sunlight.
A globe is a spherical representation of the Earth, another heavenly body, or the celestial sphere. While globes serve comparable functions as maps, they do not alter the surface they depict other than to scale it down. A terrestrial globe is a model of the Earth.
Globi is a Swiss cartoon character who has been dubbed “Switzerland’s Mickey Mouse.” He is depicted as an anthropomorphic blue parrot with a yellow beak, dressed in a black beret and red and black chequered pants.
a spherical mass of thick liquid or sticky substance:
Globy (superlative most globy, comparative more globy) (archaic) Round; resembling a globe.
GLOCK stands for “Handgun (from the gun manufacturer “Glock”)”.
(archaic) Simple past tense and past participle of glide.
GLOGG is a hot spiced wine and liquor punch served as a Christmas drink in Scandinavian countries.
A glome is a four-sphere (in the geometer’s sense) (as opposed to the usual 3-sphere). The term comes from the Latin “glomus,” which means “ball of string.”
A glomp is a lunging, enthusiastic, over-the-top, and potentially dangerous hug that typically begins with a running start, similar to a tackle. It can be used as a verb or an internet comment to greet someone.
Glom onto (something or someone): to take (something) for yourself. He clung to other people’s ideas like they were his own.
Another way of saying thank you.
feelings of great unhappiness and hopelessness: Bergman’s films are frequently filled with gloom and despair.
Informal -any messy sticky fluid or substance.
(obsolete) Surprise; awe; fear (intransitive, dialectal) To look up in terror; to stare.
A soft soggy mixture, as in food: cafeterias serving unremarkable glop. 2. Something deemed worthless, such as a piece of writing.
dialectal, England: to fixate look: stare
Praise, honour, or distinction bestowed by unanimous agreement: renown. : reverent praise, honour, and thanksgiving giving God praise.
Glosa is an Interglossa-based constructed international auxiliary language (a previous draft of an auxiliary published in 1943). Glosa’s first dictionary was published in 1978. The name of the language is derived from the Greek root glossa, which means tongue or language.
A smooth, shiny appearance on the surface of something.
Of or pertaining to lead glazing, or the kiln firing process for this glaze.
glour (third-person singular simple present glours, present participle glouring, simple past and past participle gloured). Glower’s alternate spelling.
Glouted, glouting, or glouts is an archaic word that means to frown or scowl.
A hand covering with separate parts for each finger and the thumb that frequently extends part way up the arm.
To produce a continuous light and sometimes heat
A feeling of intense warmth and passion that radiates throughout your entire body
The meaning of GLOZE is gloss.
Dwell on one’s own success or another’s misfortune with smugness or malignant pleasure.