Origin of glean
OTHER WORDS FROM gleanglean·a·ble, adjectivegleaner, nounun·gleaned, adjective
How to use glean in a sentence
You have gleaned from the news that the man in the video has left behind unpaid rent, traffic fines, credit card bills.
Just what happened before Carson’s departure must be largely gleaned from the investigators’ report.Accusations Flew, Then National School District Official Got Paid to Resign|Ashly McGlone|July 20, 2020|Voice of San Diego
The estimate was made using data gleaned from a network that monitors influenza-like illnesses in United States.Millions of COVID-19 cases in the U.S. may have gone undiagnosed in March|Tina Hesman Saey|June 25, 2020|Science News
The insights gleaned from search trends and queries, local search analytics, and on-site activity will help inform the decisions your business must make going forward.
The data gleaned will move through the internet to a secure computer.
Even after being diagnosed with tennis elbow, she continued working as a gleaner at a garlic farm.Rush Limbaugh Wrongly Attacks Tracie McMillan as ‘Over-Educated’ ‘Authorette’|Clarissa León|March 15, 2012|DAILY BEAST
The reaper must leave something for the gleaner; even the ox cannot be muzzled as he treadeth out the corn.
I have seen at least one specimen of this lady's poetry in one of the volumes of Mr. Pratt's Gleaner.
Really, Leila, you are certainly a successful information gleaner, Nella regarded her room-mate with an amused smile.Marjorie Dean College Freshman|Pauline Lester
Hyacinth left the Rectory that night with three well-read numbers of the Gleaner in his pocket.Hyacinth|George A. Birmingham
But the entrance is without rock scenery, and the student of its geology must be a patient gleaner along its shores.