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First possibility: \documentclass{book} \usepackage{glossaries} \makeglossaries \newglossaryentry{website01}{name=website01,description=description01} \newglossaryentry{website02}{name=website02,description=description02} \newglossaryentry{website03}{name=website03,description=description03} ...

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A quick and short way, without much configuration... \documentclass{book} \usepackage{glossaries} \newglossaryentry{website01}{name=website01,description={Blabla}} \newglossaryentry{website02}{name=website02,description={Another Blabla}} \makeglossaries \begin{document} \glsaddall \printglossary[title={List of websites}] \end{document}

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Following egreg's suggestion from the comment above I found the solution. You do not even need to define a new macro, it is sufficient to start the entry with an empty {} which is eaten by \makefirstuc. But it is necessary to separately set the text variable so that citing the reference works with correct spacing. In summary, the full solution is ...

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Thanks to cgnieder the problem was solved, using the description tag as a workaround. MWE for solution: \documentclass[12pt]{article} \usepackage[acronym,description,nopostdot]{glossaries} \makeglossaries \newacronym[description=This is a test]{test}{Test}{this is a test} \newacronym[description=Operating Room]{or}{OR}{operating room} ...

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You have several problems in your MWE already exposed in the comments. Another is that there are a \include{Preamble_MK2} but not a file Preamble_MK2.tex in your question (and moreover, it must be \input, not \include). Omitting the unrelated code (as it should be in a good MWE), this the minimal working example: \documentclass{article} ...

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