On the other hand if nothing can be gleaned from them, let the effusions and their author be forgotten.
The ground has been for the most part well reaped and gleaned.
These were his notions, at least; the result must be gleaned from my story.
The whole field of fact and fancy has been gleaned and garnered.
Much information may be gleaned from the pages of McMaster's history.
These facts were gleaned from military men whom we met in France.
He ought to go there and verify all he has gleaned by his reading.
This he gleaned from her animated discussion of the alliance.
Something may be gleaned from the account given by geologists.
From several conversations, Rodney gleaned from him the following history.