- From Middle English glader, from Old English *gladere (“gladder”), from gladian ("to make glad"), equivalent to glad + -er. (Wiktionary)
“[Page 239] "I'm glad, too," answered his cousin, "but I'll be 'gladder' if you will tell me where I can get some togs like yours.”
“I'm glad, too," answered his cousin, "but I'll be 'gladder' if you will tell me where I can get some togs like yours.”
“When in China, install the gladder add on for firefox.”
“Issue 16 just appeared a few weeks ago (which I happen to have an article in, ahem, on the state of SF), so I'm glad to hear they liked FF2, and gladder still that you did!”
“Based upon my usage it would be an option I was glad I have available but even gladder that I don't have to use.”
“I hope she died in the knowledge that her fiction was loved and appreciated, and am gladder than I can say that I got to tell her at World Fantasy just how much I'd enjoyed The Anvil of the World, The Empress of Mars, The House of the Stag, and The Hotel Under the Sand.”
“I found a helper application (gladder) to read blogspot blogs in China (but not the comments for some unknown reason), I didn't try listening to your son's BBC pieces while in China.”
“Also, I'm glad you're working on DANCE but even gladder about FORT FREAK!”
“I am glad to have finally seen it, but gladder still that my bed is not a bus ride away.”
“While the feds were busy, Joe slyly watched Mr.E. who was getting paler and paler while he was getting gladder and gladder.”
These user-created lists contain the word ‘gladder’.
A mixture of words that I like or have commented on, along with ones parked here so they'd be listed somewhere or remind me of lists I want to make.
Looking for tweets for gladder.