2. glossary, index, addendum. See glossary.
3. extrapolation, misleading interpretation, glib or slick story, contrivance, concoction, cover-up, white lie, fabrication, Inf. fairy tale, Inf. hoked-up story, Inf. song and dance.
-v. 4. annotate, explain, interpret, analyze; explicate, read, read into, comment on; react to, respond to.
5. explain away, make plausible, excuse, paint a rosy picture, gloss over, whitewash, extenuate, palliate, gloze; apologize for, play down, downplay, soft pedal; tell a good story, talk a good game, glossary, n. gloss, nomenclature, word list, listing, directory; addendum, annotation, notes; appendix, index, table of reference; catalog, concordance. glossy, adj. 1. shiny, lustrous, glowing, burnished, polished, waxed, glassy, glistening, shining, silken, smooth, sleek, satiny; velvety, elegant, finished.
2. deceptive, fraudulent, meretricious, slick, factitious; false, unreal, insincere; artificial, contrived; assumed, put-on, pseudo; specious, theatrical, pretended, feigned, simulated, make-believe, sham, mock, ersatz, synthetic, plastic, SI. hokey.
3. bogus, spurious, supposititious; counterfeit, fraudulent, imitation, not genuine, brummagem, fake, Inf. phony.
glove, n. mitten, mitt, gauntlet, gage; muff.
glow, n. 1. subdued light, glowing, afterglow; in candescence, luminosity, phosphorescence; luster, shine, iridescence; splendor, brilliance, radiance, reful-gency, effulgence; illumination, flash, glare, beam, ray, shaft; streak, patch, coruscation, fulguration; shimmer, flicker, twinkle, glitter, glimmer, sparkle, glint, glistening; flutter, flare, spark, scintilla; flame, blaze, burning, white heat.
2. brightness, vividness, intensity, radiance; splendor, resplendence, brilliance, shine, effulgence, luster; colorfulness, richness, gayness, depth, intensity; strength, freshness, distinctness, loudness; showiness, flashiness, garishness.
3. fever, fever heat, febris; flush, blush, burning,
glowing; Both Pathol, pyrexia, inflammation.
4. ruddiness, red, redness, rubicundity, sanguineness, floridness; crimson, scarlet, rubescence, erube-scence; rose, blush, pink, coral, russet, murrey.
5. warmth, emotion, feeling; passion, ardor, fervor, fervency, zeal; gusto, eagerness, earnestness, enthusiasm, inspiration, animation; excitement, elation, ecstasy, thrill, Inf. rush, tingling.
-v. 6. incandesce, light, illuminate, radiate; phos phoresce, shine; flash, glare, beam, streak, coruscate, fulgurate; shimmer, flicker, twinkle, glimmer, glitter; sparkle, glint, glisten, Archaic, glister; flutter, flare, spark, scintillate; flame, flare, blaze, burn.
7. add luster or brilliance, brighten, color, make luminous; make rich, make intense, strengthen, heighten, deepen; make vivid, make resplendent, shine.
8. turn red or scarlet, crimson, redden, rouge; blush, flush, color, grow red, become sanguine; glow, mantle, suffuse, spread; get a fever, become fevered or febrile; grow flush, burn, tinge, rubricate, incarnadine; flood, flow, diffuse; Pathol, inflame.
9. warm, move, make animated or inspired; arouse passion, inflame, make excited or elated, enthuse; thrill, tingle, arouse, awaken, enkindle, stir, stimulate; exhort, spur, quicken. glower, v. 1. glare, lower, scowl, frown, look black, look fierce, look daggers, Scot. glunch, SI. give a dirty