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gleek
 v.— «What is gleeking? It is when you can spray a stream of liquid from underneath your tongue. Sometimes, you may have done it by accident while eating a sour candy—liquid does a quick spray from underneath your tongue. But I can do it on command. And the stream goes as high as 4 feet over my head, as far as 10 feet.» —“Throat Scratching and Gleek” by Paul Davidson Words for My Enjoyment Mar. 11, 2004. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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