glee

  1. great merriment
  2. malicious satisfaction

Glee

Glee means delight, a form of happiness. Glee may also refer to: ...
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glee

(from Old English gléo: `music` or `entertainment,` used in this sense in Beowulf), vocal composition for three or more unaccompanied solo male ... [1 related articles]
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Glee

• (n.) Joy; merriment; mirth; gayety; paricularly, the mirth enjoyed at a feast. • (n.) An unaccompanied part song for three or more solo voices. It is not necessarily gleesome. • (n.) Music; minstrelsy; entertainment.
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Glee

[music] A glee is an English type of part song spanning the late baroque, classical and early romantic periods. It is usually scored for at least three voices, and generally intended to be sung unaccompanied. Glees often consist of a number of short, musically contrasted movements and their texts can be convivial, fraternal, idyllic, tender...
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Glee

[season 5] The fifth season of ``Glee`` was commissioned on April 19, 2013, along with a sixth season. It premiered on September 26, 2013, as part of the 2013 fall season. After a winter break, it returned on February 25, 2014, moving to Tuesday nights to finish its season. The second part of the season featured the 100th episode of the ser...
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Glee

[season 6] The sixth season of ``Glee`` was commissioned on April 19, 2013, along with the fifth season, as part of a two-season renewal deal for the show on the Fox network. Subsequent announcements established that the sixth season would be the final season of the show, would consist of 13 episodes, and is set to begin broadcasting in ear...
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Glee

Glee (glē) noun [ Middle English gle , gleo , Anglo-Saxon gleów , gleó , akin to Icelandic glȳ : confer Greek chley`n joke, jest.] 1. Music; minstrelsy; entertainment. [ Obsolete] Chaucer. 2. Joy; merriment; mirth...
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glee

glee, in music, an unaccompanied song for three or more solo voices in harmony. The word glee [Anglo-Saxon, gligge or gliw=music] has been associated with vocal music from the time of the medieval gleeman or jongleur. The glee consisted of several short, individual pieces interpreting a poetic passa...
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Glee

In music a glee is an unaccompanied part of a song for three or more solo voices. Despite its name, it is not necessarily gleesome and the subject may vary greatly, from grave to gay, etc.
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Glee

Vocal composition written for three or more solo parts, usually without instrumental accompaniment.
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Glee

Vocal composition written for three or more solo parts, usually without instrumental accompaniment.
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