gleek

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A fan of the television show Glee

And you call yourself a Gleek.

Good fortune; luck
To discharge a long, thin stream of liquid, (including saliva) through the teeth or from under the tongue, sometimes by pressing the tongue against the salivary glands

The man said he “gleeked” on the woman, but did not intentionally spit on her.

A once popular game of cards played by three people
An enticing glance or look

A pretty gleek coming from Pallas' eye.

A jest or scoff; trick or deception

Where's the Baſtards braues, and Charles his glikes: What all amort?.

To jest, ridicule, or mock; to make sport of
Three of the same cards held in one hand; three of everything
A stream of saliva from a person's mouth
{n} music, a musician
{v} to sneer
A jest or scoff; a trick or deception
Three of the same cards held in the same hand; hence, three of anything
A stream of saliva from a persons mouth
To make sport; to gibe; to sneer; to spend time idly
To discharge a long, thin stream of liquid, (including saliva) through the teeth or from under the tounge, sometimes by pressing the tongue against the salivary glands
A game at cards, once popular, played by three persons
To make sport; gibe; sneer; spend time idly
An enticing look or glance
A jest or scoff; trick or deception. -Wheres the Bastards braves, and Charles his gleeks? --Shak
gleeking
{a} sneering, acting the droll
gleeking
present participle of gleek
gleek
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