gloved gloved  /ɡ ˈləvd/


  • (adj) having the hands covered with gloves


  1. They stood in black socks to represent black poverty; Carlos wore beads to symbolize black lynchings; together they raised their black-gloved fists in a cry for black unity.
  2. Son avenged the humiliations by choosing targets who resembled his dark-haired mother, sometimes jamming a gloved hand far down their throats.
  3. Like one-armed players, he catches the ball with his gloved left hand, then quickly drops glove and ball, picks up the ball and throws it with the same hand.


  • Beekeeper spreads 'don't spray' message

    TEMPLETON - Most people, when they spot a swarm of buzzing bees, get the heck out of there as fast as possible. Most people would certainly not put their un-gloved hands into the mass of hundreds of bees.
    on June 12, 2013     Source: The Leader-Vindicator


  1. "It hit me on the shoulder, I didn't think I had gloved it, Matt and I came together, they referred it and thank goodness they gave it not out," said Sidebottom. "Daryl said to me he just thought I did get a bit of a glove on it, and so be...
    on Dec 10, 2007 By: Ryan Sidebottom Source: ic Wales

  2. "I gloved the ball too early. My throw to Scutaro was too short," Abreu said. "That play cost us the whole rally. That out would have meant a lot."
    on Mar 21, 2009 By: Bobby Abreu Source: AFP

  3. "I'm thrilled to be the world record-holder," said Gilchrist after the second day of the fourth Test. "It'sa really nice, satisfying achievement. I might have got there a bit quicker if I'd gloved a couple a bit more cleanly. I'll have to...
    on Jan 25, 2008 By: Adam Gilchrist Source: Hindu

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