Definition of gleesome in English:

gleesome

adjective

Archaic
  • Gleeful.

    • ‘Being in the actual mascot costume, though, is not as gleesome as Tim appears to be.’
    • ‘I was no longer the light-hearted, gleesome boy, full of mirth and play, as when I landed first at Baltimore.’
    • ‘If the day was busy and gleesome, the night had its charms as well.’
    • ‘Emily especially had a gleesome delight in these nooks of beauty her reserve for the time vanished.’

Pronunciation:

gleesome

/ˈɡliːs(ə)m/