Now it veers energetically toward gladness.
And each year its unexpected blossom fills my heart with gladness.
Although I was glad to hear the sound, yet my gladness was not without admixture.
The gladness of the lying dream faded away—the poor boy recognised that he was still a captive and a king.
It looked full of gladness and even quite merry.
His latest book is “We Begin in Gladness: How Poets Progress.”
Beyond one door, a drunken tenant wailed and sang as though in the firmest grip of either gladness or grief.
For me, listening to almost any Queen record produced between 1973 and 1986 incites a frenzied gladness to be alive.
Then she went to the king, and told him the joyful tidings, and when the time was come she gave birth to a son, and the king was filled with gladness.
Why was he filled with gladness when he heard them give each other Merry Christmas, as they parted at cross-roads and bye-ways, for their several homes!
I jerk back, stung; I don’t know what I have done, what she can possibly mean, until I realize with a leap of gladness that she’s referring to Christina.
Although Samuel Wesley, converted to Catholicism, chose Latin for the greater number of his church compositions, one of these is sometimes sung to its English text, Sing aloud with gladness.
No, really, try not to—if you do, you’ll be risking your life, thanks to the emergence of 2022’s GRIN (Gladness-activated Recombinant Incineration Norovirus), which makes smiling people explode.
Every day we’ll be posting suggestions for stuff you can (still) do in the capital that will cheer you up, give you energy, engage you or just generally fill you with a sense of saintly gladness.
By-and-by the gladness in the faces of the populace changed a little, and became touched with a something like solicitude or anxiety: an abatement in the volume of the applause was observable too.
While one more yearly revel flies, Calendar-page-like, ’cross the skies, We shall be anticipatory Of new gladness, even glory; And blessings send: Good will to all, Till Christmas starts again next fall.
And when she came home she drank, in her gladness of heart, a draught of wine, and as wine excites a desire to eat, she tasted the best of whatever she was cooking until she was satisfied, and said: ‘The cook must know what the food is like.’
Greg, Jimmy and Felix celebrate Father's Day plus a plan is hatched to get Mattchin into the first Test between England and West Indies, General Cricketing Gladness, an update on Jimmy’s magpie problem, the best worst batsman in the world and the return of Twelfth Mansplaining.
He seized Miles by the arm, dragged him to the window, and began to devour him from head to foot with his eyes, turning him this way and that, and stepping briskly around him and about him to prove him from all points of view; whilst the returned prodigal, all aglow with gladness, smiled, laughed, and kept nodding his head and saying—
Aurora made her appearance bringing gladness to the earth but sadness to Sancho Panza, for he found that his Dapple was missing, and seeing himself bereft of him he began the saddest and most doleful lament in the world, so loud that Don Quixote awoke at his exclamations and heard him saying, “O son of my bowels, born in my very house, my children’s plaything, my wife’s joy, the envy of my neighbours, relief of my burdens, and lastly, half supporter of myself, for with the six-and-twenty maravedis thou didst earn me daily I met half my charges.”
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Aurora made her appearance bringing gladness to the earth but sadness to Sancho Panza for he found that his Dapple was missing and seeing himself bereft of him he began the saddest and most doleful lament in the world so loud that Don Quixote awoke at his exclamations and heard him saying O son of my bowels born in my very house my childrens plaything my wifes joy the envy of my neighbours relief of my burdens and lastly half supporter of myself for with the six-and-twenty maravedis thou didst earn me daily I met half my charges