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Use "glees" in a sentence
"American universities inherited a choral tradition from England where, centuries ago, student choruses gathered to sing songs with different vocal parts known as glees."
"Glee clubs in the early 20th century sang short songs known as "glees," a term that has nothing to do with the mood of the song or its singers."
"The whole first half of the concert belonged to the boychoir, which, under the direction of Stephen Holmes, sang a mix of Renaissance and 20th-century motets, some glees and spirituals, all with admirable blend and diction and mostly with accuracy and good intonation."