gladdened gladdened


  • (adj) made joyful


  1. There followed a thundering herd effect which would have gladdened any cinemactor's heart.
  2. But while the infusion of new musical blood has gladdened older locals, there seems no doubt that it can only stave off inevitable decline.
  3. The Herr President was likewise gladdened to receive from Oriental couriers a picture framed in solid gold encrusted with exquisite ivory mosaic work.


  • Neymar Has Proved an Able Deputy to Lionel Messi at Barcelona

    With Lionel Messi out of action until after the international break, the impressive performances of Neymar as his replacement will have gladdened the hearts of Tata Martino and the Barcelona faithful. Messi will undoubtedly be back to lead the side so it’s hardly a case of, "The King is dead; Long Live the King", but what it does show is that, in Neymar , Barcelona have gained the services of a ...
    on October 7, 2013     Source: Bleacher Report


  1. "Australia's come-uppance at the hands of England and New Zealand has gladdened the hearts of not just the other aspirants for the World Cup but also the followers of the game," Gavaskar wrote in the latest issue of 'India Today' magazine.
    on Mar 8, 2007 By: Sunil Gavaskar Source:

  2. "I'm (especially) gladdened by all the attention Russian businessmen, on the insistence of President Putin, are paying to South Africa. I have met quite a few of them," Mbeki told the ambassador.
    on Aug 15, 2006 By: Thabo Mbeki Source: Independent Online

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