verb (used with object), glued, glu·ing.
Origin of glue
Related formsglue·like, adjectiveglu·er, nounre·glue, verb (used with object), re·glued, re·glu·ing.
Examples from the Web for glue
You see the handwork, the glue, how the people in the agency were working on it.
It is the “glue that holds often flaky single malts together,” as Broom puts it.
Maliki no longer wanted to pay for the glue that kept it there.Iraq Is Not Our War Anymore. Let It Be Iran’s Problem.|Christopher Dickey|July 17, 2014|DAILY BEAST
If you tear that bond the rip leaves open scars where the glue once was.Brits Celebrate Phin Lyman, The Boy Virgin Who Says He’ll Wait for Love|Nico Hines|May 19, 2014|DAILY BEAST
He would repaint their faces and glue human hair onto their heads.
See that all glue is removed from the surface, and that the wood is clean and smooth, and apply a coat of weathered oak oil stain.Mission Furniture|H. H. Windsor
Wet polishing should not be used for inlaid works; the water may soften the glue.Intarsia and Marquetry|F. Hamilton Jackson
Glue can also be used to advantage with this joint on account of the shoulder.Woodworking for Beginners|Charles Gardner Wheeler
Don't you know how bad most glue is when you try to mend anything?Alice Adams|Booth Tarkington
The simplest means is to glue a thick board on the under side of the clamp.Practical Bookbinding|Paul Adam