- egg-white, especially as used in various industrial preparations
- any viscous, slimy substance
Etymology: From Old French glaire, from mediíval Latin glarea, from a mediíval Latin noun use of Latin clarus "clear".
- 1974: She jacked with authority, knowing how to slick the over the glans with her thumb when it began to flow, how to pace a shaftlength voluptuous stroke with a whole slide from meatus to os pubis, how to work with a loving will. " Guy Davenport, Tatlin!
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