Definition of Glunched

1. glunch [v] - See also: glunch



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Glunched

glummest
glummy
glumness
glumnesses
glump
glumped
glumpier
glumpiest
glumpily
glumping
glumpish
glumps
glumpy
glums
glunch
glunched (current term)
glunches
glunching
gluodynamics
gluon
gluonic
gluonium
gluons
gluonstrahlung
gluphosinate
glurge
glurgy
glushinskite
glusulase
glut

Literary usage of Glunched

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The Bookman (1899)
"But M'lver and I put an end to that, and so won, as we thought, to the confidence of the elder lad in the bed, who had glunched low-browed among his franker ..."

2. Werner's Readings and Recitations (1907)
"Then I gloomed, an' said "Imph-m," I glunched, an' said "Imph-m," I wasna owre proud, but owre dour to say Aye! ..."

3. John Splendid: The Tale of a Poor Gentleman, and the Little Wars of Lorn by Neil Munro (1898)
"But M'lver and I put an end to that, and so won, as we thought, to the confidence of the elder lad in the bed, who had glunched low-browed among his franker ..."

4. American Notes and Queries edited by William Shepard Walsh, Henry Collins Walsh, William H. Garrison, Samuel R. Harris (1890)
"Then I gloomed, and said ' Imph-m,' I glunched, and said ' Imph-m;' I wasna owre proud, but owre dour to say, ' Aye !' " Aye day a queer word, ..."

5. Sketches and Anecdotes by Andrew Wanless (1891)
"She glunched and she gloomed and she said in her spite That the wiles o' the women wad kill me outright; But dule to the day when away she was ta'en, ..."

6. The Glasgow Poets: Their Lives and Poems by George Eyre-Todd (1906)
"Then I gloomed, and said " Imph-m,"— I glunched, and said " Imph-m "— I wasna owre proud, but owre dour to say Aye. Ae day a queer word, ..."

7. The Lost Pibroch: And Other Sheiling Stories by Neil Munro (1899)
"So Niall Mor glunched at his corps from under his bonnet and showed his teeth. " Gather in, gather in," said he; "ye march like a ..."

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