Definition of gleesome in English:

gleesome

Syllabification: glee·some
Pronunciation: /ˈglēsəm
 
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adjective

archaic
Gleeful.
More example sentences
  • Emily especially had a gleesome delight in these nooks of beauty her reserve for the time vanished.
  • Being in the actual mascot costume, though, is not as gleesome as Tim appears to be.
  • I was no longer the light-hearted, gleesome boy, full of mirth and play, as when I landed first at Baltimore.

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