Third-person singular simple present indicative form of glide.(verb)
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Use "glides" in a sentence
"They are always energising, and so the word glides from meaning the disposition, to meaning the manifestation and activities of it, and the 'grace' of our Lord is that love in exercise."
"It is often said that Alan Sugar, businessman, entrepreneur and media personality, has travelled "from a council flat in Hackney to the House of Lords", but the tidiness of the phrase glides past the time he still necessarily spends on an industrial estate in Essex."
"Now he "glides," as Segway enthusiasts say, to work."