noun, plural glos·sa·ries.
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A glossary of what all those strange phrases in classic Christmas songs really mean.The Most Confusing Christmas Music Lyrics Explained (VIDEO)|Kevin Fallon|December 24, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Plus, read an account of an escape from Scientology's Sea Org and a Scientology glossary.In Tom Cruise Divorce, Scientology Loses Fashion Icons|Rebecca Dana|July 6, 2012|DAILY BEAST
We delve into Martin's novels and beyond to define to offer you this glossary.
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The Daily Beast has assembled a glossary to guide you through the upcoming debate over her nomination.The Secret Code Words of the Sotomayor Confirmation Battle|Ben Crair|May 28, 2009|DAILY BEAST
Fairholt, who is very good in many ways, puts down in his glossary, ‘Partlet: A gorget for women.’English Costume|Dion Clayton Calthrop
What a Wood-knife was has not been ascertained, nor does the word occur in any Glossary.The Privy Purse Expenses of King Henry VIII from November MDXXIX, to December MDXXXII|Nicholas Harris Nicolas
Consult the new edition of Nares' Glossary, voce Walsingham.Shakespeare Jest-Books;|Unknown
He also overlooked Greins 1867 text, which contained new readings and a glossary.The Translations of Beowulf|Chauncey Brewster Tinker
It is given in the Glossary as one of the old names for the moon.Storyology|Benjamin Taylor
British Dictionary definitions for glossary
noun plural -ries
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Word Origin and History for glossary
late 14c., from Latin glossarium "collection of glosses," from Greek glossarion, diminutive of glossa "obsolete or foreign word" (see gloss (n.2)).