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glover

Syllabification: glov·er
Pronunciation: /ˈɡləvər
 
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Definition of glover in English:

noun

A maker of gloves.
Example sentences
  • It was important to be fashionably dressed and to avoid embarrassment on the dance floor so advertisements for goods and services abound; glovers, tailors, mercers, stay-makers vied with each other.
  • Drapers and milliners, haberdashers and tailors, mercers and glovers - these were the ubiquitous tradespeople and retailers of Federation King Street.
  • Shakespeare was the son of a Stratford glover, while the ‘aristocratic’ Marlowe father was was a very humble cobbler in Cambridge, whose university his child attended on a scholarship.

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