Origin of glut
OTHER WORDS FROM glutglut·ting·ly, adverbo·ver·glut, verb (used with object), o·ver·glut·ted, o·ver·glut·ting.un·glut·ted, adjective
How to use glut in a sentence
The result is a bloated financial sector and recurring credit gluts.
The mastiff mauls the bundle clumsily and gluts himself with growling greed, crunching the bones.Ulysses|James Joyce
Plenty meant ruin to agriculturists, and commercial 'gluts' resulting in manufacturers' warehouses crammed with unsaleable goods.The English Utilitarians, Volume II (of 3)|Leslie Stephen
If a rabbit makes along a blind burrow followed by a ferret, the former is killed, and the latter gluts itself upon the body.Poachers and Poaching|John Watson
In one year the fruit-crop in a given neighbourhood is a failure: in another year it gluts the market.What Is and What Might Be|Edmond Holmes
Much of this is hand work, and “gluts” or insertion pieces are generally preferred to overlapping joints.
British Dictionary definitions for glut
Derived forms of glutgluttingly, adverb
Word Origin for glut
Cultural definitions for glut
An oversupply of goods on the market.