glean definition

  • verb-intransitive:
    • to assemble grain left out by reapers.
    • To gather stalks or ears of whole grain kept by reapers.
    • to grab or gather such a thing by degrees.
    • to assemble grain left behind by reapers.
    • to collect stalks or ears of grain remaining by reapers.
    • To pick up or gather anything by degrees.
    • to collect grain left out by reapers.
    • to collect stalks or ears of whole grain kept by reapers.
    • to get or gather any such thing by levels.
    • To gather grain left out by reapers.
    • To gather whole grain left behind by reapers.
    • to assemble whole grain left out by reapers.
    • to collect grain left by reapers.
    • To gather whole grain left behind by reapers.
    • To gather grain left out by reapers.
    • to assemble whole grain left by reapers.
    • To gather stalks or ears of grain remaining by reapers.
    • to get or gather any such thing by degrees.
    • to collect stalks or ears of whole grain kept by reapers.
    • To pick up or gather anything by levels.
    • To gather whole grain put aside by reapers.
    • to collect stalks or ears of grain remaining by reapers.
    • to collect stalks or ears of grain kept by reapers.
    • to grab or gather any such thing by levels.
    • To pick up or gather something by levels.
    • to assemble stalks or ears of grain kept by reapers.
    • To pick up or gather such a thing by levels.
    • To gather stalks or ears of whole grain kept by reapers.
    • to collect stalks or ears of grain remaining by reapers.
    • To pick up or gather something by levels.
    • To pick up or gather everything by degrees.
    • to assemble stalks or ears of whole grain left by reapers.
    • to grab or gather any such thing by levels.
  • verb-transitive:
    • to collect (grain) left by reapers.
    • To Gather piece by piece: "records where historians glean their particular knowledge” ( Kemp Malone). See Synonyms at reap.
    • To gather after a reaper; to gather in scattered or fragmentary parcels, as grain kept by a reaper, or grapes kept after the gathering.
    • to collect from (a field or vineyard) understanding remaining.
    • To collect with patient and small work; to pick out; to acquire.
    • To gather (grain) left by reapers.
    • To Gather bit-by-bit: "records from which historians glean their particular understanding” ( Kemp Malone). See Synonyms at reap.
    • to collect after a reaper; to collect in scattered or fragmentary parcels, given that whole grain kept by a reaper, or red grapes left following the gathering.
    • To gather from (a field or vineyard) what exactly is left.
    • to get with client and small labor; to pick out; to have.
    • to collect (whole grain) put aside by reapers.
    • To collect bit-by-bit: "records where historians glean their understanding” ( Kemp Malone). See Synonyms at reap.
    • to assemble after a reaper; to collect in scattered or fragmentary parcels, as whole grain remaining by a reaper, or grapes left following the gathering.
    • to assemble from (a field or vineyard) what exactly is remaining.
    • to get with patient and small labor; to choose; to get.
    • To gather (grain) left by reapers.
    • To collect bit by bit: "records that historians glean their particular knowledge” ( Kemp Malone). See Synonyms at reap.
    • to collect (whole grain) left behind by reapers.
    • To collect piece by piece: "records that historians glean their particular understanding” ( Kemp Malone). See Synonyms at reap.
    • to collect after a reaper; to collect in scattered or fragmentary parcels, as the whole grain left by a reaper, or red grapes remaining after the gathering.
    • to assemble from (a field or vineyard) what's left.
    • to collect (whole grain) left behind by reapers.
    • to collect (whole grain) left behind by reapers.
    • To collect bit by bit: "records from which historians glean their particular knowledge” ( Kemp Malone). See Synonyms at reap.
    • To Get slowly: "records from where historians glean their particular understanding” ( Kemp Malone). See Synonyms at reap.
    • To gather (whole grain) put aside by reapers.
    • To collect bit-by-bit: "records where historians glean their knowledge” ( Kemp Malone). See Synonyms at reap.
    • to collect after a reaper; to gather in scattered or fragmentary parcels, while the grain remaining by a reaper, or red grapes left following the gathering.
    • To gather after a reaper; to get in scattered or fragmentary parcels, as whole grain remaining by a reaper, or grapes left after the gathering.
    • to collect from (a field or vineyard) understanding left.
    • To gather after a reaper; to get in scattered or fragmentary parcels, due to the fact whole grain kept by a reaper, or grapes kept following the gathering.
    • to get with client and small labor; to pick out; to obtain.
    • To gather from (a field or vineyard) what exactly is kept.
    • to get with client and minute work; to pick out; to acquire.
    • To gather (grain) put aside by reapers.
    • to assemble (grain) left behind by reapers.
    • To gather after a reaper; to get in scattered or fragmentary parcels, while the grain kept by a reaper, or red grapes kept after the gathering.
    • to gather with client and small labor; to pick out; to acquire.
    • To collect slowly: "records that historians glean their understanding” ( Kemp Malone). See Synonyms at reap.
    • to collect from (a field or vineyard) what is kept.
    • To collect with client and minute work; to pick out; to get.
    • To Get piece by piece: "records from where historians glean their knowledge” ( Kemp Malone). See Synonyms at reap.
    • To gather from (a field or vineyard) what is left.
    • to collect (grain) left behind by reapers.
    • To collect slowly: "records where historians glean their understanding” ( Kemp Malone). See Synonyms at reap.
    • To collect with patient and minute work; to choose; to acquire.
    • to collect after a reaper; to get in scattered or fragmentary parcels, once the grain kept by a reaper, or red grapes kept following the gathering.
    • To gather after a reaper; to gather in scattered or fragmentary parcels, whilst the whole grain remaining by a reaper, or grapes left following the gathering.
    • To gather from (a field or vineyard) what exactly is kept.
    • To collect with patient and minute work; to pick out; to acquire.
    • To gather from (a field or vineyard) what's kept.
    • To collect with client and small work; to choose; to acquire.
    • to collect after a reaper; to get in scattered or fragmentary parcels, due to the fact whole grain remaining by a reaper, or grapes remaining following the gathering.
    • to assemble from (a field or vineyard) what is remaining.
    • to get with patient and small labor; to pick out; to get.
  • verb:
    • To harvest grain put aside after the crop happens to be reaped.
    • To gather information in a small amount, with implied trouble, piece by piece.
    • To frugally accumulate resources from low-yield contexts.
    • gather, by natural products
    • To harvest whole grain left following the crop happens to be reaped.
    • to collect information in small amounts, with implied trouble, bit by bit.
    • To frugally accumulate resources from low-yield contexts.
    • collect, by organic products
    • To harvest whole grain left after the crop happens to be reaped.
    • to assemble information in small amounts, with implied difficulty, slowly.
    • To frugally accumulate sources from low-yield contexts.
    • To harvest whole grain put aside after the crop has-been reaped.
    • to assemble information in small amounts, with implied difficulty, bit-by-bit.
    • To harvest grain left out after the crop is reaped.
    • to assemble information in smaller amounts, with implied difficulty, bit by bit.
    • To frugally accumulate sources from low-yield contexts.
    • To frugally accumulate resources from low-yield contexts.
    • To harvest whole grain left after the crop happens to be reaped.
    • To harvest whole grain left behind after the crop is reaped.
    • to assemble information in smaller amounts, with implied difficulty, bit by bit.
    • To harvest grain left out following the crop was reaped.
    • to assemble information in small amounts, with implied trouble, bit-by-bit.
    • To frugally accumulate resources from low-yield contexts.
    • to collect information in a small amount, with implied difficulty, bit-by-bit.
    • To frugally accumulate sources from low-yield contexts.
    • To frugally accumulate sources from low-yield contexts.
    • To harvest whole grain left behind following the crop is reaped.
    • collect, at the time of natural basic products
    • To harvest whole grain left behind after the crop has-been reaped.
    • To gather information in lower amounts, with implied trouble, bit by bit.
    • to collect information in lower amounts, with implied difficulty, piece by piece.
    • To frugally accumulate resources from low-yield contexts.
    • To harvest whole grain put aside following the crop is reaped.
    • To frugally accumulate resources from low-yield contexts.
    • To gather information in a small amount, with implied trouble, bit by bit.
    • collect, as of natural basic products
    • To frugally accumulate resources from low-yield contexts.
    • gather, as of natural products
    • gather, as of natural basic products
    • gather, at the time of organic products
    • gather, since natural products
    • gather, by natural basic products
    • collect, as of natural basic products
    • gather, since natural basic products
  • noun:
    • cleaning; afterbirth
    • a group produced by gleaning.
    • Cleaning; afterbirth.
    • a few corntied collectively by a gleaner.
    • such a thing collected or gleaned.
    • A somewhat indefinite unit; a lot: as, a glean of teazels. [Essex and Gloucestershire, Eng.] A glean of herrings, by a statute of Edward I., is 25.
    • The afterbirth, at the time of a cow or any other domestic pet; the cleaning.
    • cleansing; afterbirth
    • an assortment created by gleaning.
    • cleansing; afterbirth.
    • a small number of corntied together by a gleaner.
    • something gathered or gleaned.
    • A somewhat long unit; a whole lot: as, a glean of teazels. [Essex and Gloucestershire, Eng.] A glean of herrings, by a statute of Edward I., is 25.
    • The afterbirth, as of a cow or other domestic pet; the cleansing.
    • cleaning; afterbirth
    • a group produced by gleaning.
    • Cleaning; afterbirth.
    • cleaning; afterbirth
    • cleansing; afterbirth
    • A handful of corntied collectively by a gleaner.
    • Anything collected or gleaned.
    • A somewhat indefinite product; a lot: since, a glean of teazels. [Essex and Gloucestershire, Eng.] A glean of herrings, by a statute of Edward I., is 25.
    • cleansing; afterbirth
    • cleaning; afterbirth
    • cleansing; afterbirth
    • The afterbirth, as of a cow or other domestic animal; the cleaning.
    • a group made by gleaning.
    • Cleaning; afterbirth.
    • A collection created by gleaning.
    • cleansing; afterbirth.
    • A collection made by gleaning.
    • cleansing; afterbirth
    • a group produced by gleaning.
    • cleansing; afterbirth
    • Cleaning; afterbirth.
    • a group created by gleaning.
    • cleansing; afterbirth.
    • a few corntied collectively by a gleaner.
    • Everything collected or gleaned.
    • A somewhat long unit; a bunch: as, a glean of teazels. [Essex and Gloucestershire, Eng.] A glean of herrings, by a statute of Edward I., is 25.
    • a small number of corntied together by a gleaner.
    • The afterbirth, as of a cow or any other domestic pet; the cleansing.
    • A collection produced by gleaning.
    • Everything gathered or gleaned.
    • a group made by gleaning.
    • cleansing; afterbirth.
    • A somewhat long unit; a bunch: as, a glean of teazels. [Essex and Gloucestershire, Eng.] A glean of herrings, by a statute of Edward I., is 25.
    • Cleaning; afterbirth.
    • A handful of corntied collectively by a gleaner.
    • a number of corntied collectively by a gleaner.
    • such a thing collected or gleaned.
    • any such thing gathered or gleaned.
    • A somewhat long unit; a whole lot: because, a glean of teazels. [Essex and Gloucestershire, Eng.] A glean of herrings, by a statute of Edward I., is 25.
    • Cleaning; afterbirth.
    • The afterbirth, since a cow or any other domestic animal; the cleaning.
    • A somewhat long unit; a bunch: since, a glean of teazels. [Essex and Gloucestershire, Eng.] A glean of herrings, by a statute of Edward I., is 25.
    • The afterbirth, as of a cow or other domestic pet; the cleansing.
    • cleaning; afterbirth
    • a few corntied together by a gleaner.
    • any such thing collected or gleaned.
    • a few corntied collectively by a gleaner.
    • A somewhat indefinite product; a lot: as, a glean of teazels. [Essex and Gloucestershire, Eng.] A glean of herrings, by a statute of Edward I., is 25.
    • The afterbirth, since a cow or other domestic pet; the cleansing.
    • such a thing collected or gleaned.
    • A somewhat indefinite device; a lot: because, a glean of teazels. [Essex and Gloucestershire, Eng.] A glean of herrings, by a statute of Edward I., is 25.
    • The afterbirth, since a cow or other domestic pet; the cleaning.
    • a small number of corntied collectively by a gleaner.
    • A collection produced by gleaning.
    • The afterbirth, since a cow or other domestic pet; the cleaning.
    • such a thing gathered or gleaned.
    • cleansing; afterbirth.
    • A somewhat long unit; a lot: because, a glean of teazels. [Essex and Gloucestershire, Eng.] A glean of herrings, by a statute of Edward I., is 25.
    • The afterbirth, by a cow or other domestic animal; the cleansing.
    • A handful of corntied together by a gleaner.
    • any such thing collected or gleaned.
    • A somewhat indefinite unit; a whole lot: since, a glean of teazels. [Essex and Gloucestershire, Eng.] A glean of herrings, by a statute of Edward I., is 25.
    • The afterbirth, as of a cow or any other domestic pet; the cleaning.
  • others:
    • to collect after a reaper, or on a reaped industry; bring together from a scattered condition, as whole grain left after the elimination of the primary crop.
    • thus to get in scattered or fragmentary parcels or portions; pick up occasionally; collect gradually and assiduously.
    • to assemble stalks or ears of grain kept by reapers; in addition, to gather or gather something in a similar way.
    • to collect after a reaper, or on a reaped area; gather from a scattered problem, as whole grain left following the elimination of the primary crop.
    • For this reason to gather in scattered or fragmentary parcels or portions; pick-up in some places; gather slowly and assiduously.
    • to assemble stalks or ears of grain left by reapers; in addition, to gather or gather anything in a similar way.
    • To gather after a reaper, or on a reaped area; bring together from a scattered problem, as whole grain left after the elimination of the main crop.
    • ergo to get in scattered or fragmentary parcels or portions; get in some places; gather slowly and assiduously.
    • to collect stalks or ears of grain kept by reapers; also, to collect or gather something in the same way.
    • to collect after a reaper, or on a reaped field; bring together from a scattered condition, as whole grain left after the elimination of the main crop.
    • therefore To collect in scattered or fragmentary parcels or portions; get in some places; gather slowly and assiduously.
    • to assemble stalks or ears of whole grain kept by reapers; additionally, to gather or gather everything in the same way.
    • To gather after a reaper, or on a reaped field; gather from a scattered condition, as whole grain left following the elimination of the key crop.
    • thus to get in scattered or fragmentary parcels or portions; get occasionally; collect gradually and assiduously.
    • to collect stalks or ears of whole grain left by reapers; also, to gather or gather something in the same way.
    • To gather after a reaper, or on a reaped industry; gather from a scattered condition, as grain left after the elimination of the key crop.
    • To gather after a reaper, or on a reaped industry; bring together from a scattered problem, as grain left after the elimination of the primary crop.
    • For this reason To collect in scattered or fragmentary parcels or portions; collect occasionally; gather gradually and assiduously.
    • For this reason to get in scattered or fragmentary parcels or portions; get every now and then; collect gradually and assiduously.
    • To gather stalks or ears of whole grain kept by reapers; also, to gather or gather any such thing in the same way.
    • To gather stalks or ears of grain kept by reapers; also, to gather or gather everything similarly.
    • to collect after a reaper, or on a reaped field; gather from a scattered problem, as whole grain left following the elimination of the primary crop.
    • Hence to get in scattered or fragmentary parcels or portions; collect in some places; collect slowly and assiduously.
    • to collect after a reaper, or on a reaped field; assemble from a scattered condition, as grain left following the elimination of the primary crop.
    • to assemble stalks or ears of whole grain kept by reapers; additionally, to gather or gather everything in the same way.
    • Hence To collect in scattered or fragmentary parcels or portions; pick up in some places; collect slowly and assiduously.
    • To gather stalks or ears of grain kept by reapers; in addition, to gather or gather such a thing similarly.
    • to assemble after a reaper, or on a reaped industry; assemble from a scattered condition, as whole grain left after the removal of the primary crop.
    • Hence to gather in scattered or fragmentary parcels or portions; grab occasionally; collect gradually and assiduously.
    • To gather stalks or ears of whole grain left by reapers; additionally, to collect or gather something similarly.
    • to assemble after a reaper, or on a reaped field; bring together from a scattered condition, as whole grain left following the elimination of the key crop.
    • ergo to gather in scattered or fragmentary parcels or portions; collect in some places; gather slowly and assiduously.
    • To gather stalks or ears of whole grain left by reapers; also, to get or gather such a thing similarly.

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