glean

gather facts in small quantities 
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Glean

Glean transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Gleaned ; present participle & verbal noun Gleaning .] [ Middle English glenen , Old French glener , glaner , French glaner , from Late Latin glenare
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Glean

Glean intransitive verb 1. To gather stalks or ears of grain left by reapers. « And she went, and came, and gleaned in the field after the reapers.» Ruth ii. 3. 2. To pick up or gather anything by degrees. « Piecemeal they this acre first, then that; ...
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Glean

Glean noun A collection made by gleaning. « The gleans of yellow thyme distend his thighs.» Dryden.
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Glean

• (v. i.) To gather stalks or ears of grain left by reapers. • (n.) Cleaning; afterbirth. • (v. i.) To pick up or gather anything by degrees. • (v. t.) To gather from (a field or vineyard) what is left. • (n.) A collection made by gleaning. • (v. t.) To gather after a reaper; to collect in scattered or fragmentary parc...
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glean

glean, gleans, gleaning 1. To gather slowly and laboriously, bit by bit: 'Etymologists glean their knowledge from many classical sources.' 2. To learn, discover, or to find out; usually little by little or slowly. 3. To gather (grain or similar plant products) after the reapers or regular gatherers have finished and whatever they have left behind...
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glean

an old English unit of quantity for herrings, equal to 25 fish.
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Glean

To pick small food items singly, usually with delicate movements; warblers glean insects from leaves or needle clusters.
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Glean

To gather food from an area such as when a bird gathers food such as insects, from tree twigs, branches, bark, or leaves.
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Glean

To pick small food items singly, usually with delicate movements; warblers glean insects from leaves or needle clusters.
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