|give your word
||promise, say that you agree, count on what you say
||If you gave your word, do whatever you promised. A person is only
as good as his word.
||best clothes, dress clothes
||I'll come to your concert. I'll do my hair and put on my glad rags.
||dazed, not alert
||When I saw him he was glassy eyed. I think he was drunk.
||fault, problem, snag
||That printer is full of glitches. It isn't working right.
||Don't leave any donuts around, or Bubba will glom onto them.
||cover faults or errors, cover up
||Jill won't gloss over your errors. She'll tell you about them.
|gloves are off
||(See the gloves are off)
||(See a glow on)
||(See in glowing terms)
|glued to the set
||watching TV, interested in a TV show
||Jack loves sports. He's glued to the set every Saturday.