- v make glad or happy
- v become glad or happy
- I think I can entertain and gladden the people.
- At the end of his first month on the British Throne, King George VI last week continued to gladden his Government's heart by being as little like his abdicated brother and as .
- From bomb-battered Chungking last week came news to gladden all churchmen.
News & Articles
- Crane keeps working until Denson family's appeal is heard
Gadsden Police Chief John Crane's suspension by the Civil Service Board for his relationship with murderer Justin Denson is on hold pending the outcome an appeal of the board's decision to circuit court, according to city Personnel Director Jerry Gladden.
June 25, 2013 - The Gadsden Times
- SciTechTalk: Taking a stab at that perfect 'vanity' email address?
JIM ALGAR || United Press International Yahoo's announcement last week it would begin resetting inactive email addresses and make them available again must gladden the hearts of people set on a "vanity" address of email@example.com, but how likely is it they'll succeed in getting it?
June 23, 2013 - UPI
- Gary Gaetti in Minneapolis Star Tribune
It's kind of like [Gladden] was the leadoff guy we'd always been looking for, on and off the field,Gaetti said. "This guy was always on the go. Whatever was going on, he was going to be in the middle of it, whether it was a fight or a...
- APJ Abdul Kalam in Newindpress
In a message, Kalam said: "This festival of lights is a time of joy and happiness and hope for an even better future. Festivals are occasions for all of us to come forward in the service of humanity and gladden the hearts of the needy. As we light...
- Fanny Crosby in Jamaica Gleaner
Because,Crosby replied, "when I get to heaven, the first face that shall ever gladden my sight will be that of my Saviour!"