Definition of Glifts

1. glift [n] - See also: glift



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Glifts

glides
glidest
glideth
gliding
gliding bacteria
gliding joint
gliding occlusion
gliding plane
glidingly
glidings
gliff
gliffing
gliffings
gliffs
glift
glifts (current term)
glike
glikes
glim
glime
glimed
glimepiride
glimes
gliming
glimmer
glimmered
glimmering
glimmeringly
glimmerings
glimmers

Literary usage of Glifts

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1. The New York Times Current History (1917)
"Carnegie glifts are made outright, but before giving money for a library a pledge is requited that the citizens will contribute ..."

2. An Account of Divers Choice Remarks, as Well Geographical, as Historical by Ellis Veryard (1701)
"... the Fifh from the glifts on the Sea fide, advertize the Boatmen who are at Sea, and by certain Signs and ..."

3. Shelf Talkers by Gopher Products (1869)
"... there have long since been found certain " hemispherical amber-coloured objects, which the late ' Mr. glifts of the College of Surgeons, determined, ..."

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