Definition of Gladsomest

1. gladsome [adj] - See also: gladsome



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Gladsomest

gladiuses
gladiusite
gladlier
gladliest
gladly
gladly suffer fools
gladness
gladnesses
glads
gladship
gladsome
gladsomely
gladsomeness
gladsomenesses
gladsomer
gladsomest (current term)
gladstones
gladwyn
glady
glafenine
glaik
glaiket
glaikit
glaiks
glaiky
glair
glaire
glaired
glaireous
glaires

Literary usage of Gladsomest

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1. Poems by Walter Malone (1904)
""You have seen in the days that forever have fled Pull many a fair, fair face, And to-day you behold merry maidens that tread With gladsomest fawn-like ..."

2. A year's ministry by Alexander Maclaren (1884)
"... so the disciplined, restrained, consecrated man is the man whose life is the richest, fullest, largest, the gladsomest, the noblest in every way. ..."

3. The Story Books of Little Gidding: Being the Religious Dialogues Recited in by Nicholas Ferrar, Emily Cruwys Sharland (1899)
"I should have rose from this seat the gladsomest woman alive for these last discourses of yours, if I had not been too unpardonably prejudiced by your ..."

4. Poems by Walter Malone (1904)
""You have seen in the days that forever have fled Full many a fair, fair face, And to-day you behold merry maidens that tread With gladsomest fawn-like ..."

5. Works by William Herbert (1842)
"Music itself is out of tune to-day; Thy gladsomest notes would fall upon my ear 285 K'on as a passing knell. AGNES. Yet is this day Held festive in our ..."

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