glean


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  • verb

Synonyms for glean

Synonyms for glean

to collect (something) bit by bit

Synonyms for glean

gather, as of natural products

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The staff arranges these gleans and makes sure there is always a group available when a farmer calls.
He outlines several activities that will help amateur astronomers understand how the pros glean data from what they see in the sky.
Prompted by the recent White House discovery of copies of long-sought law firm billing records, Republicans on the Senate Whitewater committee Wednesday began dissecting a series of complex and fraudulent Arkansas real estate transactions to glean the role, if any, played in them by Hillary Rodham Clinton a decade ago.
Pacific Epoch pulls apart the business models of China's best-known e-Commerce players and interviews industry insiders to glean insight.
The partnership with Aircom means that operators can glean greater value from this comprehensive network view through the integration with Aircom's Optima, Qualita and Advantage solutions.
Their goal is to study interactions between the spinning nuclei of metal atoms to glean insights into the nature of magnetism.
The city of Delta is characterized as a farming community and when Dansdill one day spoke with a friend who worked in agriculture, the thought of having inmates glean onions from a nearby farm came to mind.
Three years ago, Project GLEAN (Gaining Leverage and Empowerment Through Adequate Nutrition began as a partnership between university, a food bank, and a K-8 elementary school.
We can glean the meaning from the context, but is this a phrase we can expect to see more of?
The message you send to Black America is that we don't have enough writers to put on the cover of a magazine about books--we have to glean from a greater pool of actors, musicians and celebrities.
I guarantee that everyone attending will glean at least one thing that can help improve a team or player.
Ruth asks Naomi if she may go into the fields and glean from the ears of grain (2:2).
All the Iacuzzos had similar talents: Terry's sister, Rosemary, could speak to the recently dead--lending a horrible realism to the seances they held for neighborhood children--and glean information from objects.