Examples of glob in a Sentence
A glob of ice cream was stuck to his mustache.
found a glob of chewing gum under my theater seat
Recent Examples of glob from the Web
Fatberg Fatberg London’s 800-foot-long glob of congealed waste was so significant that it’s being conserved in the Museum of London.
Needless to say, there is nothing glamorous about beige globs of pretzel mush.
Coral health continues to decline well after the visible globs of oil and dispersant have disappeared.
Here’s a trick that’s particularly helpful for folks with dry or curly hair: Avoiding the scalp, coat hair with a glob of coconut oil an hour or so before hitting the shower.
The signs are red threads from the tips of the grass blades and pink gelatinous globs.
Microscope images revealed globs of carbon stuck to their feathers.
Land and Lake Kitchen can probably best be summed up by the PB&J French toast, which tastes like an especially gooey peanut butter and jelly sandwich with a glob of mascarpone on the top to add some sophistication.
Finally, Lee applies a big glob of hand cream which will eventually be the pus that pops out of the pimple (BRB, gagging again), and covers the whole thing up with more polish.
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Origin and Etymology of glob
First Known Use: 1900See Words from the same year
GLOB Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of glob for English Language Learners
: a large, round drop of something soft or wet
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