Pronunciation of Gloss
/ɡlˈɒs/, /ɡlˈɒs/, /ɡ_l_ˈɒ_s/
Antonyms for gloss:
Synonyms for gloss:
enlightenment, exposition, window dressing, gloss paint, enamel, definition, interpretative, grout, translation, translate, spackle, interpretive, false colors, drop cloth, clarification, spray paint, sleekness, interpretation, exegesis, Disguisement, creosote, explanatory, thesis, illumination, masking tape, sealant, undercoat, paint stripper, instruction.
Other synonyms and related words:
color in, comment, glossary, wallpaper, shine, explanatory, exegesis, colour, Gloze, gloss over, rubric, put on, sealant, undercoat, spread, principle, false colors, coloring, face, explanation, culture, extenuate, exposition, discolour, disguise, outline, glossiness, emblazon, enlightenment, remark, footnote, cloak, topcoat, gild, title, colorize, coat, front, grout, interpretive, pretext, notice, furbish, colouration, interpretation, finish, definition, refinement, illusion, interpretative, cultivation, Colour In, point out, colorise, sheen, translate, define, colourise, forgive, deodorize, luster, colouring, burnish, Disguisement, paper over, clarification, luminance, sealer, vividness, annotate, colourize, veil, sugarcoat, sleekness, sleek, mask, distort, illumination, theory, palliate, likeness, instruction, stripper, creosote, masquerade, guise, distemper, argument, tinge, whitewash, statute title, enamel, buff, translation, veneer, discolor, remit, semblance, coloration, pretense, color, window dressing.
Sense 2 (noun)
Sense 4 (noun)
Sense 5 (noun)
Sense 7 (noun)
masking tape, grout, distemper, coat, drop cloth, gloss paint, creosote.
definition, glossary, exegesis.
gloss over (noun)
Usage examples for gloss:
- The attentions of the colonel were of the most delicate and insinuating kind; and Mrs. Wilson several times turned away in displeasure at herself, for listening with too much satisfaction to nothings, uttered in an agreeable manner, or, what was worse, false sentiments supported with the gloss of language and a fascinating deportment. - "Precaution", James Fenimore Cooper.
- He lives too far south- California and Texas and Mexico- to acquire either energy or gloss. - "The Story of the Trapper", A. C. Laut.