gladden definition

  • verb-transitive:
    • In order to make happy. See Synonyms at please.
    • To make happy; to cheer; to please; to gratify; to rejoice; to exhilarate.
    • To make glad. See Synonyms at please.
    • In order to make pleased; to cheer; to please; to gratify; to celebrate; to exhilarate.
    • to produce happy. See Synonyms at please.
    • which will make pleased. See Synonyms at please.
    • which will make happy; to cheer; to kindly; to gratify; to celebrate; to exhilarate.
    • to help make happy; to cheer; to please; to gratify; to rejoice; to exhilarate.
    • to produce glad. See Synonyms at please.
    • to create pleased. See Synonyms at please.
    • which will make happy; to cheer; to please; to gratify; to rejoice; to exhilarate.
    • To make pleased; to cheer; to please; to gratify; to rejoice; to exhilarate.
    • to help make glad. See Synonyms at please.
    • to create happy. See Synonyms at please.
    • In order to make happy; to cheer; to please; to gratify; to celebrate; to exhilarate.
    • to produce happy; to cheer; to kindly; to gratify; to rejoice; to exhilarate.
    • to create pleased. See Synonyms at please.
    • which will make pleased. See Synonyms at please.
    • which will make happy; to cheer; to please; to gratify; to rejoice; to exhilarate.
    • to create happy; to cheer; to kindly; to gratify; to rejoice; to exhilarate.
  • verb-intransitive:
    • Archaic becoming happy.
    • is or be happy; to rejoice.
    • Archaic becoming happy.
    • to-be or come to be glad; to rejoice.
    • Archaic become pleased.
    • Archaic becoming glad.
    • to-be or come to be happy; to rejoice.
    • to-be or come to be happy; to rejoice.
    • Archaic is glad.
    • Archaic to-be pleased.
    • is or become happy; to celebrate.
    • becoming or be happy; to rejoice.
    • Archaic to-be glad.
    • Archaic is pleased.
    • become or be happy; to celebrate.
    • To be or be happy; to celebrate.
    • Archaic To be pleased.
    • Archaic To be pleased.
    • becoming or be pleased; to rejoice.
    • becoming or become pleased; to celebrate.
  • verb:
    • To cause (anything) to be much more glad.
    • In order to become much more happy within one's disposition.
    • come to be happy or delighted
    • make happy or happy
    • To cause (one thing) to become more happy.
    • In order to become much more glad within one's disposition.
    • come to be pleased or pleased
    • make pleased or delighted
    • To cause (one thing) in order to become more pleased.
    • resulting in (one thing) in order to become much more happy.
    • To become more pleased in one's disposition.
    • to be much more happy in a single's disposition.
    • become glad or delighted
    • make happy or delighted
    • resulting in (something) in order to become much more pleased.
    • resulting in (something) in order to become much more pleased.
    • To become more glad in one's disposition.
    • In order to become much more happy in one's personality.
    • become happy or happy
    • become glad or happy
    • make pleased or delighted
    • make happy or delighted
    • come to be pleased or pleased
    • make glad or delighted
    • To cause (some thing) to be much more pleased.
    • resulting in (something) in order to become more happy.
    • To become much more happy in a single's disposition.
    • In order to become much more happy in one's personality.
    • To cause (anything) to become more pleased.
    • To cause (some thing) to become much more happy.
    • In order to become more pleased in a single's personality.
    • To become more pleased in a single's personality.
    • become glad or pleased
    • come to be pleased or delighted
    • make pleased or pleased
    • make pleased or happy
    • come to be glad or delighted
    • make happy or delighted
    • become glad or pleased
    • make pleased or delighted
  • others:
    • In order to make pleased or joyful; cheer; please.
    • Synonyms To comfort, gratify, pleasure, rejoice, animate, en-liven
    • To become pleased; rejoice.
    • to produce happy or joyful; cheer; please.
    • Synonyms To comfort, gratify, delight, rejoice, animate, en-liven
    • to be pleased; rejoice.
    • to help make glad or joyful; cheer; please.
    • Synonyms To comfort, gratify, delight, rejoice, animate, en-liven
    • to be glad; rejoice.
    • To make happy or joyful; cheer; please.
    • Synonyms To comfort, gratify, delight, rejoice, animate, en-liven
    • To become pleased; rejoice.
    • to help make pleased or joyful; cheer; please.
    • To make glad or joyful; cheer; please.
    • Synonyms To comfort, gratify, pleasure, rejoice, animate, en-liven
    • Synonyms To comfort, gratify, delight, rejoice, animate, en-liven
    • In order to become glad; rejoice.
    • In order to become glad; rejoice.
    • to help make pleased or joyful; cheer; please.
    • to help make pleased or joyful; cheer; please.
    • Synonyms To comfort, gratify, pleasure, rejoice, animate, en-liven
    • Synonyms To comfort, gratify, pleasure, rejoice, animate, en-liven
    • To become happy; rejoice.
    • to be happy; rejoice.
    • To make glad or joyful; cheer; please.
    • In order to make happy or joyful; cheer; please.
    • Synonyms To comfort, gratify, pleasure, rejoice, animate, en-liven
    • Synonyms To comfort, gratify, pleasure, rejoice, animate, en-liven
    • In order to become pleased; rejoice.
    • In order to become happy; rejoice.
  • noun:
    • A glade.
    • A plant of iris household, specially Iris fætidissima. See Iris, 8.
    • A glade.
    • A plant associated with the iris family, especially Iris fætidissima. See Iris, 8.
    • A glade.
    • A plant regarding the iris household, particularly Iris fætidissima. See Iris, 8.
    • A glade.
    • A glade.
    • A plant regarding the iris family, especially Iris fætidissima. See Iris, 8.
    • A plant associated with iris family members, specifically Iris fætidissima. See Iris, 8.
    • A glade.
    • A plant associated with iris household, especially Iris fætidissima. See Iris, 8.
    • A glade.
    • A glade.
    • A plant of the iris household, specially Iris fætidissima. See Iris, 8.
    • A plant associated with iris family members, specially Iris fætidissima. See Iris, 8.
    • A glade.
    • A glade.
    • A plant of the iris family, especially Iris fætidissima. See Iris, 8.
    • A plant of the iris family members, especially Iris fætidissima. See Iris, 8.

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