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gloze or glose, to flatter, to wheedle, to cajole: “the villain would gloze now,” MEASURE FOR MEASURE, v. 1. 340 ( “close,” Cambridge ) ; “youth and ease have taught to glose,” RICHARD II., ii. 1. 10 ; “Tamora to gloze with all,” TITUS ANDRONICUS, iv. 4. 35 ; “I will gloze with him,” PERICLES, i. 1. 110.

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