Definition of Gladier
1. glady [adj] - See also: glady
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Gladier
Literary usage of Gladier
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. English Reprints by Edward Arber (1868)
"... There is not ^ : any burden that fom would gladier port, off to another, then the charge and care of their Religion. There be, v;- who knows not that ..."
2. Literary Pamphlets Chiefly Relating to Poetry from Sidney to Byron by Ernest Rhys (1897)
"There is not any burden that som would gladier post off to another, then the charge and care of their Religion. There be, who knows not that there ..."
3. Areopagitica by John Milton (1903)
"There is not any burden that fom would gladier poft off to another, then the charge and care of their Religion. There be, who knows not that there be of ..."
4. Meteors, Aërolites, Storms, and Atmospheric Phenomena: From the French of by Frédéric Zurcher, Élie Margollé (1886)
"From that point we begin to get a glimpse of the gladier, but, in order to see it in its full extent, we must go higher up. ..."