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glair, glaire, glaired, glairing.
1. The white of an egg.
2. A sizing, glazing, or adhesive substance made from egg white and used especially in bookbinding.
3. A viscous substance resembling egg white.
4. Any viscous transparent substance, resembling the white of an egg.
5. Etymology: from the 14th century via French from Latin clarus, "clear".
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