Definition of Glads
1. glad [v] - See also: glad
Lexicographical Neighbors of Glads
Literary usage of Glads
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Universal Magazine (1792)
"... in happier If e'er a gleam of comfort glads my foul, I trod the magic paths where Fancy led, 'Tis when the fleeting minutes, as they times, ..."
2. Selections from the British Satirists: With an Introductory Essay by Cecil by Cecil Headlam (1897)
"... glads with showers, Or gives to Zembla fruits, to Barca flowers ; Glittering with ice here hoary hills are seen, There painted valleys of eternal green, ..."
3. The Shepherd's Pipe: Pastorial Poems of the XVI & XVII Centuries by Fitz Roy Carrington (1903)
"The garden, it allures, it feeds, it glads the sprite ; From heavy hearts all doleful dumps the garden chaseth quite. Strength it restores to limbs, ..."
4. The Christian Hymnal: Hymns with Tunes for the Services of the Church by Frank Sewall (1867)
"... Sun of love whose radiant light, _1_ glads the adoring angels' sight, How shall I lift mine eyes to thee In all thy bright immensity. ..."