Glue

Common misspellings for glue:

gulet, giclee, aloue, calue, gule, juley, glyco, galroe, falue, velue, gloww, glute, glucoe, blue6, legle, wgile, egle, golie, galoure, july11, goupe, ginue, july2006, culer, glur, golle, galre, clurte, july5, gluf, july2008, glose, gloor, gurle, gurue, july27, diagloue, kalie, bklue, glne, glwo, guled, gouze, vulue, gloe, glu, blue, goole, galieo, glueed, plue, uguly, july1, july2009, gelus, glote, glud, gleem, qlubb, glowy, girle, galour, gluide, glup, qeue, luei, gillie, golve, glub, glome, july4, qlue, glumy, gaue, gvie, aclue, reglur, july15, golee, kylee, gloooo, glvoe, gluity, gelouse, vlue, grue, julei, july14, 30jul, culure, jluy, colgue, gue, glair, glumb, gellie, july18, galey, vaklue, getle, glaay, july1998, july6, uglie, clube, july30, gulley, lue, july2, glear, garle, vcalue, glmi, khloe, vagluey, gulde, gluose, july31, glueon, cluely, glue'd, golieth, reglue, glace, galze, cluj, alue, ghillie, equle, cleae, golbe, cluel, galleo, goyle, gl100, glw, gluc, glug, goulie, golieith, guezz, july12, klohe, kylie, leue, gthe, ylue, gkue, gpue, goue, glye, glhe, glje, gl8e, gl7e, gluw, glu4, glu3, vglue, gvlue, hglue, ghlue, yglue, gylue, tglue, gtlue, gklue, glkue, gplue, glpue, golue, gloue, glyue, gluye, glhue, gluhe, gljue, gluje, gliue, gluie, gl8ue, glu8e, gl7ue, glu7e, gluwe, gluew, gluse, glued, glure, gluer, glu4e, glue4, glu3e, glue3, lgue, gglue, gllue, gluue, gluee, wlue, olue, gdue, gnue, gmue, gl5e, glqe, glte, gluu, glum, g lue, gl ue, glu e.

Usage examples for glue

  1. Why," sez he, " I could pin 'em on- no, dum it all," sez he, " I couldn't set down in it, but I could glue 'em on."  Samantha at the World's Fair by Marietta Holley
  2. Yet some of our people, who had been reduced to eat this glue, assured me that when fresh made it had a very good taste, seasoned with meat.  Narrative of a Voyage to the Northwest Coast of America in the years 1811, 1812, 1813, and 1814 or the First American Settlement on the Pacific by Gabriel Franchere
  3. I attempted to descend, and walk close to the water's edge; but there was no path; and the smell of glue, hanging to dry, an extensive manufactory of which is carried on close to the beach, I found extremely disagreeable.  Letters written during a short residence in Sweden, Norway, and Denmark by Mary Wollstonecraft
  4. It can also be made into a gum or glue, and has often been so used.  On the Seashore by R. Cadwallader Smith
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