[ gloot, glout ]
/ glut, glaʊt /
verb (used without object) Archaic.
to scowl or frown.
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Origin of glout
1400–50; late Middle English, of uncertain origin
Words nearby glout
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Example sentences from the Web for glout
Glout is an obsolete word signifying "to pout, to look sullen."
To say nothing of being the cause, that my mamma was in the glout with her poor daughter all the way.Clarissa, Volume 2 (of 9)|Samuel Richardson