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gled

Glede \Glede\ (gl[=e]d), n. [AS. glida, akin to Icel. gle[eth]a, Sw. glada. Cf. Glide, v. i.] (Zo["o]l.) The common European kite ( Milvus ictinus). This name is also sometimes applied to the buzzard. [Written also glead, gled, gleed, glade, and glide.]

Usage examples of "gled".

He pro jected the vision of three persons with limbs so entan gled they resembled an Oriental fetish, each caricatured face wearing an expression of mixed intransigence and skepticism.

Wide-eyed, she watched as he strug gled to his feet, then reeled from boulder to boulder to get away from the smoldering wreck.

The fetid wind, a noxious combina tion of overheating metal, grease, and the acrid stink of electricity, roared down across her body, and she an gled her face down.

Then, gaining entrance through the ventilator hatch, she dan gled from the ceiling to the excited clamor of young voices.

Tiamak awakened and promptly threw up, then strug gled to catch his breath.