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  • verb

Synonyms for glom

take by theft

seize upon or latch onto something

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Federline announced that he wouldn't let his domestic problems get in the way of his newest project: finding someone else to glom onto and suck the life out of.
OFF ON THE SIDELINES WERE ALL THE USUAL PROTEST JUNKIES, WHO GLOM ONTO ANY ISSUE AS IF IT'S ALL ABOUT THEM .
It's also tough to think of a better cause for community foundations, nationwide, to glom onto.
Rieckelmann said that "married women often glom onto a religious community, imagining, `Now I'll be someone.
The dye is known to glom onto proteins that contort into fiber-forming shapes called amyloids.
However, by adding a little bentonite with the salt to water containing these different clays, most of the particles glom together and settle out, creating water clear enough for SODIS treatment.
They take some minor ethical reforms, some of which are questionable reforms to begin with, and glom onto a term-limit extension,'' Jacob said.
The absolute worst (yet most common) motivation to get into the booking business is thinking that by so doing you'll be able to glom onto all kinds of good deals on hunts around the world.
Researchers report that several of these protein fragments, or peptides, glom onto inflammatory compounds and reverse paralysis in mice that have a condition similar to multiple sclerosis.
After the Florida mess of 2004, courts and politicians were quick to denounce old-fashioned voting systems as evil, and glom on to some replacement - any replacement - as quickly as possible.
Glom onto the free health care, and let some other working slob pay for it all.
Worse yet is the likelihood that Americans will glom onto the Australian model just like it fell, however fleetingly, for Olivia Newton-John, the Bee Gees, and Paul Hogan.
People always glom right on to its abject nature, or blah blah blah blah blah.
The researchers speculate that the dash of water makes the soil particles glom together in a manner that makes for easy digging.
Characteristically the organic matter is very sticky and likes to glom onto mineral surfaces," Datta said.