Glee means delight, especially from your own good fortune or someone else's misfortune. Glee may also refer to:
- Glee (music), an English type of song music
- Glee (TV series), an American musical comedy-drama TV series, and related media
- Glee (Bran Van 3000 album)
- Glee (Logan Lynn album)
- Glee.com, a social networking site for LGBT communities
- Graph Layout Execution Engine (GLEE), an earlier version of Microsoft Automatic Graph Layout, a .NET library
- OpenGL Easy Extension library (GLee), a C/C++ library
Other articles related to "glee":
... On February 6, 2011, during a telecast of Super Bowl XLV, the cast of Glee did a cross-promotion with Chevrolet which involved Sue Sylvester enticing the glee club to do a commercial ... realization of Sue's ulterior motive, which had previously caused trouble for the Glee club in a season 1 episode, "Mattress" ... The ad served as a teaser for a 2 minute and 20 second ad featuring the Glee cast as singers and dancers during a Lea Michele-led rendition of "See the USA in Your Chevrolet" that ...
... Glee A Very Glee Christmas (2010) Glee Extraordinary Merry Christmas (2011) Glee Glee, Actually (2012) ...
... Schue, is a fictional character from the Fox musical comedy-drama series Glee ... Matthew Morrison and has appeared in Glee since its pilot episode, first broadcast on May 19, 2009 ... Will was developed by Glee creators Ryan Murphy, Brad Falchuk, and Ian Brennan ...
... Faragher produced a song for Glee, a cover of Katy Perry's "Teenage Dream" ... The cover is Glee's biggest song to date, with 214,000 copies sold in the first week ... He also did "Hey, Soul Sister" for Glee ...
... Daydreams Nightmares Y Y "Loser Like Me" Glee cast – Glee The Music, Volume 5 Y Y "Dancing Crazy" Miranda Cosgrove – High Maintenance Y Y "I'll Survive You" BC Jean ...
Famous quotes containing the word glee:
“Do not forget! For those green times now laugh
In glee with sport and thought and lily dance;
And fate in vanity now leaps to chaff
Me smiling at her winking circumstance.”
—Allen Tate (18991979)