glade

open place in a wood (BG 212)
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Glade

• (n.) An everglade. • (n.) An opening in the ice of rivers or lakes, or a place left unfrozen; also, smooth ice. • (n.) An open passage through a wood; a grassy open or cleared space in a forest.
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Glade

[brand] Glade is an S. C. Johnson & Son brand of household air fresheners that were first introduced in 1956. The family of products include: Aerosol Sprays, Candles, Car Scented Oil, Carpet & Room, Glass Scents, PlugIns, PlugIns Scented Oil, Press`n Fresh, Secrets, Scented Oil Candles, and Wisp. Glade is a worldwide brand, known variously ...
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Glade

[geography] In the most general sense, a glade or clearing is an open area within a woodland. Glades are often grassy meadows under the canopy of deciduous trees such as red alder or quaking aspen in western North America. They also represent openings in forests where local conditions such as avalanches, poor soils, or fire damage have crea...
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Glade

[software] Category for information technology in the Netherlands (Nederland, Holland) ...
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Glade

Glade noun [ Prob. of Scand. origin, and akin to glad , adjective ; confer also W. golead , goleuad , a lighting, illumination, from goleu light, clear, bright, goleu fwlch glade, lit., a light or clear defile.] 1. An open passage through a wood; a grassy ope...
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Glade

A stand of trees.
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Glade

An open space in a forest.
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Glade

An open space in a woodland area.
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glade

open place in a wood (BG 212)
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glade

Open space surrounded by woods or a forest, a marshy and usually low-lying area, a periodically inundated grassy marsh often running between adjacent slopes, a marshy area bounding or forming the headwaters of a stream. ... (09 Oct 1997) ...
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glade

open, grassy area surrounded by woods.
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Glade

Open, grassy area surrounded by woods.
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glade

slope with lots of trees
Found on http://www.goodskiing.co.uk/essentials/skiglossary.htm
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