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  • noun Plural form of glee.

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Examples

  • American universities inherited a choral tradition from England where, centuries ago, student choruses gathered to sing songs with different vocal parts known as glees.

    Yale Glee Club Hits a High Note

  • Glee clubs in the early 20th century sang short songs known as "glees," a term that has nothing to do with the mood of the song or its singers.

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  • A writer of songs and glees, Hague contributed to the collection to which Bloomfield refers,

    Letter 183

  • American universities inherited a choral tradition from England where, centuries ago, student choruses gathered to sing songs with different vocal parts known as glees.

    Yale Glee Club Hits a High Note

  • American universities inherited a choral tradition from England where, centuries ago, student choruses gathered to sing songs with different vocal parts known as glees.

    Yale Glee Club Hits a High Note

  • The whole first half of the concert belonged to the boychoir, which, under the direction of Stephen Holmes, sang a mix of Renaissance and 20th-century motets, some glees and spirituals, all with admirable blend and diction and mostly with accuracy and good intonation.

    Composer-pianist Simpson shines at St. Paul's Lutheran Church

  • Jan. 17th, 2010 06: 01 pm (UTC) * glees* This sounds like So much fun.

    "As if I had a choice...oh well."

  • Because the the…thing that burns—no, no, the very burning itself, the…pyre…fire, it glees, it is all gleeful, it lives to burn.

    Wildfire

  • Because the the…thing that burns—no, no, the very burning itself, the…pyre…fire, it glees, it is all gleeful, it lives to burn.

    Wildfire

  • Having such a sister has taught me what to look for here, she glees at her ability to provoke observable emotion in her subject.

    I don't particularly understand these men who say they don't like women who "play games."

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