glour

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English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

Regarding the spelling glour / glower, compare lour / lower.

Verb[edit]

glour (third-person singular simple present glours, present participle glouring, simple past and past participle gloured)

  1. Alternative spelling of glower.
    • 1868, By Night Express, in Littell's Living Age, series 3, volume 1 (i. e. volume 57), page 1026:
      Here the Neapolitan appeared at the door, glouring at us both. Velvet-Hood was back in her place in an instant. Said he, in his snarling way, his black eyes shooting out sparkles: