- to swallow.
- a mouthful.
Origin of glutch
compare British dialect glutch, with same sense; of uncertain origin
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Examples from the Web for glutch
Oh for one day's respite from the politeness of Mrs. Glutch!
I put it on the drawers, Mrs. Glutch, ready to go back, last night.
Perhaps you took it down-stairs then yourself, Mrs. Glutch, by mistake?
Alas, for Number One, it is always a figure in the likeness of Mrs. Glutch.
He's got a ketch in his glutch and the Missus wants you to come over right now to sit up with him.Harbor Jim of Newfoundland
Alden Eugene Bartlett