- a thin, morbid discharge, as from a wound.
- persistent or chronic gonorrhea.
Origin of gleet
Words nearby gleet
How to use gleet in a sentence
Gleet or obstinate milky discharge or oozing of from two to twelve years standing yielded painlessly and permanently to their use.
Neglected gleet often causes stricture; neglected or improperly treated stricture often causes and keeps up a gleet.
In addition to this, give the tonics recommended for nasal gleet.
She was aware of my disease, which by that time had become a gleet and did not inconvenience me in any way.Studies in the Psychology of Sex, Volume 3 (of 6)|Havelock Ellis
If the nasal gleet is the result of a diseased tooth, the latter must be removed.