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gleet

 [glēt]
1. chronic gonorrheal urethritis.
2. a urethral discharge, especially one that is mucous or purulent.

gleet

(glēt),
Obsolete term for a chronic urethral discharge following gonorrhea.
[M.E. glet, slime, fr. O.Fr. glette, fr. L. glittus, sticky]

gleet

(glēt)
n. Archaic
1. Inflammation of the urethra characterized by a mucopurulent discharge.
2. The discharge that is characteristic of this inflammation.

gleet′y adj.

gleet

A discharge of mucus and pus from the URETHRA as in GONORRHOEA.

gleet

a chronic discharge, especially one that is mucoid or purulent, e.g. vent gleet of fowls, nasal gleet.
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Other high-scoring and rarely used words played in the final game included ventrous, meaning adventurous, scoring 65, gleet, meaning inflammation of the urethra, scoring 24, and diorite, meaning igneous rock, scoring 69.