Gleesome - definition of gleesome by The Free Dictionary
glee•some (ˈgli səm)
References in classic literature
Many of this strange company wore foolscaps, and had little bells appended to their garments, tinkling with a silvery sound, responsive to the inaudible music of their gleesome
voice and merry laugh were the sweetest music of their home.
Those who were at play, were gleesome
and noisy as other children.