glee glee  /ɡ ˈli/


  1. (n) great merriment
  2. (n) malicious satisfaction


  1. Thailand's grief over Sarit's death was in stark contrast to the ghoulish glee it provoked in neighboring Cambodia.
  2. So if Lost is the bestmost-perfect pilot ever, than Glee was very, VERY good.
  3. Rounding second base, Mazeroski pulled off his cap, whirled his arms, bounded with glee like a kid on Christmas morning and galloped home with the winning run.


  1. 'Glee' star Jane Lynch, wife to divorce

    NEW YORK (Reuters) - "Glee" star Jane Lynch and her wife, a clinical psychologist, are divorcing after three years of marriage, People magazine reported on Monday.
    on June 13, 2013     Source: York Daily Record

  2. Glee Star Getting Divorced

    Glee Star Jane Lynch is getting a divorce according to People magazine. …
    on June 12, 2013     Source: Nightcap TV

  3. 'Glee' star Jane Lynch and wife announce divorce

    "Glee" star Jane Lynch is divorcing her wife of three years.
    on June 11, 2013     Source: Associated Press via Yahoo! News


  1. "You could see how much glee and pleasure he got out of playing this character," Bale said of Ledger, who died in January.
    on Jul 28, 2008 By: Christian Bale Source: FOXNews

  2. "If I were to lose the primary for my congressional seat, all our opponents would react with glee, and pretend it was a rejection of our ideas," Paul wrote. "I cannot and will not let that happen."
    on Feb 9, 2008 By: Ron Paul Source: Washington Post

  3. "It's hard to believe that Ronnie would have been 96 years old today," Mrs. Reagan said. "I know he would have been thrilled to see the military band and color guard, the Naval Academy Glee Club and the flyover at his library today, and he...
    on Feb 6, 2007 By: Ronald Reagan Source: San Jose Mercury News

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