- a person who makes or sells gloves.
Origin of glover
- John,1732–97, American general.
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Examples from the Web for glover
The regard their comrades held for McKenna and Glover translated into the intensity of their hunt for the sniper who killed them.
He knelt beside Glover just as he once had by that injured boy back in Brooklyn.
“Uncle Pete, I feel I have to do something,” Glover had told Hayden in the aftermath.
His cousin, Pete Hayden, Jr. read part of a letter that Glover had written from Iraq.
John McKenna III noted in the letter that the sniper who killed his son and Glover had been captured by their fellow Marines.
When she retired, he said to Dr. Glover, "Sir, she is a prodigiously fine woman."The Jest Book
I fell in love with him the minute I saw him—to whom does he belong, Mr. Glover?
I hope we shall get there by eleven o'clock; we should, should we not, Mr. Glover?
Glover beside her like thought caught her outstretched hand.
Glover felt that he ought to ask her to take off her hat, but could not for his life.
- a person who makes or sells gloves
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