glad

[adj] - (`lief` is archaic) very willing 2. [adj] - showing or causing joy and pleasure 3. [adj] - feeling happy appreciation
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Glad

• (v. i.) To be glad; to rejoice. • (superl.) Wearing a gay or bright appearance; expressing or exciting joy; producing gladness; exhilarating. • (v. t.) To make glad; to cheer; to gladden; to exhilarate. • (superl.) Pleased; joyous; happy; cheerful; gratified; -- opposed to sorry, sorrowful, or unhappy; -- said of persons, and ...
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glad

happy adjective eagerly disposed to act or to be of service; `glad to help`
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Glad

[company] Glad is an American company specializing in trash bags and plastic food storage containers. ==History== The Glad brand originated in the United States in 1963 when the owner and CEO of the company, David Darroch, launched `Glad Wrap`, a polyethylene film used as a food wrap. Douglas G. Taylor was transferred that same year from th...
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Glad

[Norse mythology] In Norse mythology, Glad is a horse listed in both Grímnismál and Gylfaginning among the steeds ridden by the gods each day when they go to make judgements at Yggdrasil. However, in neither poem Glad is assigned to any specific deity. ...
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Glad

Glad adjective [ Compar. Gladder ; superl. Gladdest .] [ Anglo-Saxon glæd bright, glad; akin to Dutch glad smooth, German glatt , Old High German glat smooth, shining, Icelandic gla...r glad, bright, D...
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Glad

Glad intransitive verb To be glad; to rejoice. [ Obsolete] Massinger.
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Glad

Glad transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Gladded ; present participle & verbal noun Gladding .] [ Anglo-Saxon gladian . See Glad , adjective , and confer Gladden ,
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glad

To make glad; to cheer; to gladden; to exhilarate. 'That which gladded all the warrior train.' (Dryden) 'Each drinks the juice that glads the heart of man.' (Pope) ... Origin: AS. Gladian. See Glad, and cf. Gladden. ... 1. Pleased; joyous; happy; cheerful; gratified; opposed to sorry, sorrowful, or unhappy; said of persons, and often followed by of...
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