Definition of Gleeing

1. glee [v] - See also: glee



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Gleeing

gledged
gledges
gledging
gleds
glee
glee club
glee clubs
gleecraft
gleed
gleeds
gleeful
gleefull
gleefully
gleefulness
gleefulnesses
gleeing (current term)
gleek
gleeked
gleeking
gleeks
gleeless
gleeman
gleemen
gleen
gleened
gleening
gleens
glees
gleesome
gleet

Literary usage of Gleeing

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1. A Dictionary of the First Or Oldest Words in the English Language: From the by Herbert Coleridge (1862)
"gleeing or singing. K. Horn, 1524 Glew, adj. = skilful. 0. and N. 193. Glewe, vb. See Glow Glide, vn HD. 1851; prĂȘt. 'g!yt. ..."

2. Collected Plays and Poems by Cale Young Rice (1915)
"But then I leap To the woods and keep It wild with gleeing and shouting. And when the sun Has almost spun A path to his far Golconda, I climb the hill ..."

3. The Bride of Lammermoor: And, A Legend of Montrose by Walter Scott (1878)
"... gleeing about, and looking upon the wrang side of ane's housekeeping, to the discredit of the family, and forcing ane to damn their souls wi' telling ae ..."

4. Nirvana Days by Cale Young Rice (1909)
"But then I leap To the woods and keep It wild with gleeing and shouting. And when the sun Has almost spun A path to his far Golconda, I climb the hill ..."

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