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verb. ['ˈgloʊt'] dwell on with satisfaction.
- shoot a line
- leaded gasoline
- unleaded gasoline
Rhymes with Gloat
Sentences with gloat
1. Verb, base form
So go ahead, post the pictures and gloat a bit that your kid’s a genius.
Quotes about gloat
1. Years from now, when I'm successful and happy, ...and he's in prison... I hope I'm not too mature to gloat.
- Bill Watterson
2. No, not really. But …” Okay, I couldn’t help but gloat a little. “She likes me.”Samedi didn’t even look at me. “Well of course, you’ve had that bloody uniform on all day. I was half ready to tell you how much I liked you.
- Lia Habel, Dearly, Departed
noun. ['ˈgloʊt'] malicious satisfaction.
- dress down
verb. ['ˈgloʊt'] gaze at or think about something with great self-satisfaction, gratification, or joy.