Tikibu: pronunciation dictionary with use examples
IPA transcription: [ɡl'ʌv]
meaning of the word
baseball_glove, glove, baseball_mitt, mitt
the handwear used by fielders in playing baseball
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.