Definition of glob in English:

glob

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Pronunciation: /ɡlɒb
 
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noun

informal
A lump of a semi-liquid substance: thick globs of mozzarella cheese
More example sentences
  • Strapping it around his waist, he took two globs of slimy substance and pasted them onto the doors.
  • The gold can occur in fractures, seams, masses, or small globs.
  • Each bit has a home, like paint spread thickly across a canvas instead of in globs dropped here and there.

Origin

early 20th century: perhaps a blend of blob and gob1.

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