Definitions

from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.

  • noun plural Things that have been collected bit by bit.

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  • noun Plural form of gleaning. (act of harvesting leftover crops)
  • noun the crops leftover from farmers' fields after they have been commercially harvested, or on fields where it is not economically profitable to harvest

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Examples

  • These gleanings from a single day of online news dispatches should be enough to deflate even the proudest member of the boomer clan.

    The Boomer Blog: September 2008 Archives

  • These gleanings from a single day of online news dispatches should be enough to deflate even the proudest member of the boomer clan.

    Boomers: You’re Never Too Old… (The Boomer Blog)

  • These gleanings from a single day of online news dispatches should be enough to deflate even the proudest member of the boomer clan.

    The Boomer Blog: Retirement Archives

  • So it was last week when, timed carefully to cash in on the Easter holiday, the “serious” editors of National Geographic chose to release the gleanings from a sheaf of rags and call them “The Gospel of Judas.”

    Think Progress » Shep Smith Embarrassed by O’Reilly’s ‘War on Easter’?

  • These gleanings from a single day of online news dispatches should be enough to deflate even the proudest member of the boomer clan.

    The Boomer Blog: Life Stages Archives

  • These gleanings from a single day of online news dispatches should be enough to deflate even the proudest member of the boomer clan.

    The Boomer Blog: Legacy Archives

  • Bella called our gleanings, "the harvest of a roving eye;" and children who live in the country will have no difficulty in gathering in such a harvest, as will suffice for the making of dozens of frames.

    Little Folks (October 1884) A Magazine for the Young

  • This is the comment Mr. Doug Wilson sent us after the appearance of the previous "gleanings": "I think either demodicosis or demodicidosis is reasonably well formed.

    OUPblog

  • This is the comment Mr. Doug Wilson sent us after the appearance of the previous "gleanings": "I think either demodicosis or demodicidosis is reasonably well formed.

    OUPblog

  • This is the comment Mr. Doug Wilson sent us after the appearance of the previous "gleanings": "I think either demodicosis or demodicidosis is reasonably well formed.

    OUPblog

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