Examples of gladden in a Sentence
it would gladden me to hear you sing again
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These would be the kinds of voters who should, in theory, support the GOP tax bill, applaud the rollback of the regulatory state, be gladdened by his judicial appointments, and generally be willing to give the president the benefit of the doubt.
But for his pains, he was subjected to a harassment of a kind that would gladden the heart of an anti-anti-Communist.
That would both gladden and sadden neighbors, among whom opinion is apparently mixed.
For those who regret the hemming-in of childhood, though, the Swallows and Amazons are free-range children to gladden the heart.
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: to make (someone) glad
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