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Glicke vs. Gleek

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Glickenoun

(obsolete) An ogling look.

Gleeknoun

(uncountable) A once-popular game of cards played by three people.

Glickenoun

An ogling look.

Gleeknoun

(countable) Three of the same cards held in one hand; three of a kind.

Gleeknoun

A jest or scoff; trick or deception.

Gleeknoun

An enticing glance or look.

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Gleeknoun

(informal) A stream of saliva from a person's mouth.

Gleeknoun

(slang) A geek who is involved in a glee club, choir, or singing.

Gleekverb

To ridicule, or mock; to make sport of.

Gleekverb

To jest.

Gleekverb

To pass time frivolously.

Gleekverb

(informal) 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.’;

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Gleeknoun

A jest or scoff; a trick or deception.

‘Where's the Bastard's braves, and Charles his gleeks ?’;

Gleeknoun

An enticing look or glance.

‘A pretty gleek coming from Pallas' eye.’;

Gleeknoun

A game at cards, once popular, played by three persons.

Gleeknoun

Three of the same cards held in the same hand; - hence, three of anything.

Gleekverb

To make sport; to gibe; to sneer; to spend time idly.

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