sense 2b, 'to "quench" or totally obscure by superior brilliancy; to "eclipse", put completely in the shade', quotations dated 1551, 1591, and 1863); disbloom (one quotation, dated 1884); gloze
It won t because Rodefer actually finds gloze
and chicanery standing in for poetry not just boring, we could all live very happily with that, but a waste of time and life and even of beauty, too.
This will allow rating firms to gloze
over fundamental weaknesses in the portfolios of major banks and assuage the concerns of skittish investors going into the first quarter of 2008.
While Plume glozes
over his company by suffusing it with domestic and rustic overtones, the new "colony" on the front that plants a rural order into the warzone is premised on first destroying Shrewsbury.
If there is any failing in the remainder of the series, it is that it glozes
over too quickly Christ's post-mortal ministry.
150-51), (31) Iago plays the role of the clever false friend as Plutarch describes it, for Plutarch says that such men "have learned forsooth to knit and bend the brows, they can skill, iwis, to flatter, and yet look with a frowning face and crabbed countenance, they have the cast to temper with their glavering glozes
some rough reprehensions and chiding checks" (63).