Definition of Gladlier

1. Adverb. (comparative of gladly). ¹



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Definition of Gladlier

1. gladly [adv] - See also: gladly

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Gladlier

gladier
gladiest
gladii
gladiola
gladiolar
gladiolas
gladiole
gladioles
gladioli
gladiolus
gladioluses
gladite
gladius
gladiuses
gladiusite
gladlier (current term)
gladliest
gladly
gladly suffer fools
gladness
gladnesses
glads
gladship
gladsome
gladsomely
gladsomeness
gladsomenesses
gladsomer
gladsomest
gladstones

Literary usage of Gladlier

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1. The Anglo-Saxon Review by Randolph Spencer Churchill (1900)
"9 So shall the Deity, hearing you, Lend an ear to us gladliergladlier the child of Urania Haste to us, leading the heavenly Love to an earthly ..."

2. Parochial Sermons by Edward Bouverie Pusey (1873)
"Pass we by no call which, however indistinctly, we may have, and He will cheer us with clearer and gladlier calls. Our very sorrow and fear will be our joy ..."

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