Glee - definition, pronunciation, transcription

Amer.  |ɡliː|  American pronunciation of the word glee
Brit.  |ɡliː|  British pronunciation of the word glee


- great merriment (syn: gleefulness, hilarity, mirth, mirthfulness)
- malicious satisfaction (syn: gloat, gloating)


They were dancing with glee.

He could hardly contain his glee over his victory.

Manufacturers are rubbing their hands with glee as they prepare to cash in.

He rubbed his hands with glee.

...she caroled with glee when she heard the good news...

She took a childlike glee in describing every detail.

...with elvish glee the fraternity brothers hazed the new members to the point of utter humiliation...

...a great eruption of glee as it suddenly dawned on her that she had won...

Max was rubbing his hands together with glee.

...sang with the glee club in college...

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