She was aware of my disease, which by that time had become a gleet and did not inconvenience me in any way.
In gleet the discharges from the nostrils, as in ozena, are of a very light color.
This condition—chronic gonorrhea—is commonly known as "gleet."
In gleet, &c., and in affections of the mucous membranes of the throat and fauces.
Neglected gleet often causes stricture; neglected or improperly treated stricture often causes and keeps up a gleet.
gleet or obstinate milky discharge or oozing of from two to twelve years standing yielded painlessly and permanently to their use.
mid-14c., from Old French glete "clay, loam; slime, mud; filth" (12c., Modern French glette), from Latin glitem (nominative glis) "sticky, glutinous ground," back-formation from glittus "sticky."
Inflammation of the urethra resulting from chronic gonorrhea and characterized by a mucopurulent discharge.
The discharge that is characteristic of this inflammation. Also called medorrhea.