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glut
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The Aeneid
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  • If you in pity grant this one request, My death shall glut the hatred of his breast.
  • Mix’d with the Greeks, we go with ill presage, Flatter’d with hopes to glut our greedy rage; Unknown, assaulting whom we blindly meet, And strew with Grecian carcasses the street.
  • Torn by wild horses on the sandy shore, Another’s crimes th’ unhappy hunter bore, Glutting his father’s eyes with guiltless gore.
  • Or does my glutted spleen at length relent?
  • No more, my friend; Here let our glutted execution end.
  • Now let him perish, since you hold it good, And glut the Trojans with his pious blood.
  • Not such the Trojans tried me, when, inclos’d, I singly their united arms oppos’d: First forc’d an entrance thro’ their thick array; Then, glutted with their slaughter, freed my way.

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  • The city has a glut of office space.
  • Patients are easily confused by a glut of unvetted information on the Internet.

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