glaur

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Origin unknown.

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NounEdit

glaur

  1. mud, slime
    • 1997: ’twas all there in the Stars, the whole miserable story, but did I pay attention? Nooaahh…I was regretting the Sixpence, a fool with his eyes in the glaur. — Thomas Pynchon, Mason & Dixon

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