verb (used with object), gloved, glov·ing.
Origin of glove
Related formsglove·less, adjectiveglove·like, adjectiveun·gloved, adjective
Examples from the Web for glove
Kimberlin, who looks and softly speaks like a miniaturized clone of David Strathairn, could not lay a glove on his tormenter.
This tribute video may be circulating now but Jeter still has the next couple of months before he hangs up his glove for good.
When you put your glove down on the kitchen counter a half hour ago in order to make a turkey sandwich for yourself?
He cut his glove on the blade and stepped for a replacement.The Black and White Men Who Saved Martin Luther King’s Life|Michael Daly|January 20, 2014|DAILY BEAST
I had to store it in my glove box when I went to my son's school for track meets and teacher conferences.‘Stupid,’ ‘Immoral,’ ‘Dangerous,’ ‘Coward’: My Month With a Gun|Heidi Yewman|July 22, 2013|DAILY BEAST
There were no presses or drawers with locks in the house, and Jess got hold of the glove again.A Window in Thrums|J. M. Barrie
In actual service this glove did not stand up to the hard usage required of it.America's Munitions 1917-1918|Benedict Crowell
She raised the glove that she had been nervously swinging back and forth, and bit hard upon the button of it.A Chance Acquaintance|W. D. Howells
He looked down, then stooped, and rose again, holding in his hand a woman's glove.The Historical Nights Entertainment, Second Series|Rafael Sabatini
Lucy's little hand was on my arm, and she had drawn its glove on account of the heat.Afloat And Ashore|James Fenimore Cooper
British Dictionary definitions for glove
Derived Formsgloved, adjectivegloveless, adjective
Word Origin for glove
Idioms and Phrases with glove
see fit like a glove; hand in glove; handle with kid gloves; hang up (one's gloves); with the gloves off.