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synonyms for gloze

  • abate
  • allay
  • alleviate
  • assuage
  • camouflage
  • cloak
  • conceal
  • condone
  • cover
  • diminish
  • disguise
  • dissemble
  • ease
  • exculpate
  • excuse
  • extenuate
  • hide
  • justify
  • lessen
  • lighten
  • mask
  • minimize
  • mitigate
  • moderate
  • mollify
  • prettify
  • qualify
  • relieve
  • screen
  • soften
  • soothe
  • sugarcoat
  • temper
  • varnish
  • veil
  • veneer
  • vindicate
  • white
  • whiten
  • whitewash
  • apologize for
  • hush up
  • make light of
  • put on a Band-Aid
  • quick fix
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antonyms for gloze

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  • accuse
  • aggravate
  • agitate
  • allow
  • blacken
  • blame
  • burden
  • condemn
  • darken
  • depress
  • disclose
  • divulge
  • enlarge
  • expose
  • extend
  • incite
  • increase
  • intensify
  • irritate
  • lay bare
  • let out
  • magnify
  • open
  • prolong
  • provoke
  • reveal
  • sentence
  • show
  • strip
  • tell
  • trouble
  • uncover
  • unmask
  • upset
  • worry
  • worsen
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How to use gloze in a sentence

It was the case of Esau; he was bidden sell his birthright for pottage, and affection could not gloze over the bargain.
THE PATH OF THE KINGJOHN BUCHAN
One marked aspect of recent devil-fiction is the tendency to gloze over his sins and to humanize him.
THE SUPERNATURAL IN MODERN ENGLISH FICTIONDOROTHY SCARBOROUGH
You know as well as I that it does not gloze a poor book, nor pass over defects in silence.
THE STORY OF AN UNTOLD LOVEPAUL LEICESTER FORD
The verb to gloss, or gloze, means simply to explain or translate, from Greco-Lat.
THE ROMANCE OF WORDS (4TH ED.)ERNEST WEEKLEY
It is astonishing the trouble men will be at to find out when to plant potatoes, and gloze over the eternal meaning of the skies.
THE LAND OF LITTLE RAINMARY AUSTIN
But she smiled and her lips were parted sweetly; and always unformed tears would gloze her eyes.
THE BEST SHORT STORIES OF 1915VARIOUS
But every one knew that she was a usurper—a fact which no personal merits could gloze over.
A HISTORY OF ENGLANDCHARLES OMAN
He knew his father never cared for him, though his mother tried her best to gloze over the indifference of her husband.
GARRISON'S FINISHW. B. M. FERGUSON
At dark the old man lit two lamps, which served dimly to gloze the shadows, and thrust logs of wood into the cast-iron stove.
THE BLAZED TRAILSTEWART EDWARD WHITE
Official attempts to gloze over the incident would have been amusing if they were not pathetic.
PAN-ISLAMGEORGE WYMAN BURY
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