Tikibu: pronunciation dictionary with use examples

Word: glove
IPA transcription: [ɡl'ʌv]
noun meaning of the word
  • Synonyms: baseball_glove, glove, baseball_mitt, mitt
    Meaning: the handwear used by fielders in playing baseball
Usage examples
  • Ever wear a wet buckskin glove?
  • "Several," said Henriette, unfastening her glove.
  • For those smelling-salts fit your prologues like a kid glove.
  • This glove, wherever it had not touched the muddy ground, was of irreproachable odor.
  • It happened of itself," she said irritably; "and see..." she pulled her husband's letter out of her glove.
  • "Well, like a cloth brushing my face more than like a hand--or it may have been a hand with a glove on it.
  • As soon as Miss Mapp had gained her garden-room, she examined the mysterious treasures in her left-hand glove.
  • Her eye fell on it the moment she entered the room, and she tucked the two chintz roses more securely into her glove.
  • A rapid-fire impression of a glove fight, a spine-shaking word picture of a railway smash, or something on those lines, would be welcomed.
  • As Trysdale grimly wrenched apart the seam of his last glove, the crowning instance of his fatuous and tardily mourned egoism came vividly back to him.