Once you start creating definitions for your terms, you can have Glossary group them in a category called “glossary-cat” and create a page (“glossary”) that will aggregate all the terms. This is an option in the plugin settings.
This archive page is created automatically and presents “glossary” as the default slug, offering a link that reads like this “yoursite.com/glossary”.
For those unfamiliar with the term, a slug is the part of a URL that identifies a particular page on a website in a form readable by users. So in your example above, “yoursite.com/glossary,” glossary will be the default slug for your terms archive page. In other words, by typing that URL you will land on the archive page for all your terms.
Now, it is vital that you do not create a page and use “glossary” as your slug for it, as this will create conflict, and prevent you from seeing/accessing your terms’ archive. If you already have a page named “glossary”, you can change the default slug. Read about it here: https://codeat.co/glossary/docs/change-slug-url-glossary/
Please also note that, as this is a post-type archive, if you wish to change the styling of the page you need to modify your theme’s template.