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
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.
Too often now, the final act of a fine meal might manifest itself as a weird postmodernist lagoon of frozen dirt and globs of cream.
Postseason baseball sprints like a glob of maple syrup across a plate of pancakes.
Throughout the years, small fires broke out in the factory, horrible smells seeped into the neighborhood and globs of fat entered Hamlet’s water supply—all with minimal interference from city authorities.
And that’s the piece: a glob of pulp which is also new East-meets-West history, unreadable but moldable.
The light brown body was topped by a tannish head that lasted throughout the sampling and left globs of lacing on the glass, which enhanced the spicy rye and sweet caramel malts even more.
In Alzheimer’s disease, for instance, globs of a misshapen protein known as β amyloid build up in the brain. Parkinson’s disease and Huntington disease, two other brain maladies, also feature aggregates, or lumps of misfolded proteins.
Eventually, more fat, oil, and grease congeal onto the mess and build up into giant stinking globs.
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Origin and Etymology of glob
First Known Use: 1900See Words from the same year
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- a glob of whipped cream
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