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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishglobglob /ɡlɒb $ ɡlɑːb/ noun [countable] informal  LIQUIDa small amount of something soft or liquid that has a round shape syn dollop globs of paint
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globShe crammed the meat into her mouth and a glob of blood trickled down the side of her face.a glob of ketchupDrains were overflowing, and globs of water clung to everything, but it had stopped raining.He speared the plantain to one side of the pan and ladled in four globs of batter.The rock was coated with globs of the wretched rockweed.
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