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
In April, the price of a barrel of oil even went negative for the first time ever in a fluky moment where a glut of futures contracts chased nonexistent bidders.From Bitcoin to Asian tech stocks, these are the biggest winners and losers of the 2020 global markets|Bernhard Warner|January 1, 2021|Fortune
This glut of SPAC listings means that some of the new shell companies will be unable to find a suitable target to acquire—or will overpay for a mediocre firm, stiffing investors in the process.Glut of SPACs will lead to ‘heartbreak,’ say IPO experts|Jeff|December 1, 2020|Fortune
The perceived NFL quarterback crisis from the mid-2010s has been replaced by a glut.Rookie QBs were expected to struggle this year. Instead they’re setting a record pace.|Adam Kilgore|November 12, 2020|Washington Post
One of the more popular theories is the glut of games has pushed people to choose between watching Sunday Night Football or the NBA Finals.TV networks face loss of affiliate revenue in shift to streaming|Tim Peterson|October 21, 2020|Digiday
While good times can mean that Encore collects on more debt than it expected, bad times typically bring a glut of people suffering under loans they cannot repay.Debt Collectors Have Made a Fortune This Year. Now They’re Coming for More.|by Paul Kiel and Jeff Ernsthausen|October 5, 2020|ProPublica
The tiger, on the contrary, though glutted with carnage, has still an insatiate thirst for blood; his rancour has no intervals.
They are equally indolent and cowardly, when glutted with prey; and they seldom attack men unless they find them asleep.
The truth is, I fear, that the market has been glutted and the business overdone.Over the Rocky Mountains to Alaska|Charles Warren Stoddard
He has killed many of his enemies; he has glutted his vengeance fully; he has drunk blood in plenteous draughts.
He drew a long breath to relieve his overburdened heart, and glutted his eyes in ecstasy on every side.The Knight Of Gwynne, Vol. II (of II)|Charles James Lever
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.