Immigration reform is on a glide path out of the Senate, reports Michelle Cottle, but may yet crash in the House.
Seeing her glide across the slick linoleum on the tips of her toes, I realized ballet was something I needed to try.
He started to glide the window back up to get out of the car, and at once the officer began to beat his gun butt on the window.
I describe the pink hued iridescent bubbles in the bathtub, and the way they glide away from my skin as if it's made of silk.
With the South Carolina GOP primary behind him, Sen. Lindsey Graham appears to be on a glide path to re-election.
The most comfortable heading of a true parapet is a plain level on which the arm can be rested, and along which it can glide.
Tall, slender and white as a pearl, she seemed to glide rather than to walk.
Father Barry watched her glide beyond the landing, then walked quickly to his boyhood chamber.
The new battleship trembled in the ways, ready to glide into the sea.
The noise of the engines dies away as the machine begins to glide downward.
Old English glidan "move along smoothly and easily, glide, slip, slide" (class I strong verb, past tense glad, past participle gliden), from West Germanic *glidan "to glide" (cf. Old Saxon glidan, Old Frisian glida, German gleiten). Related: Glided; gliding. Strong past tense form glid persisted into 20c. The noun is attested 1580s, from the verb.