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  • adj. comparative form of grateful: more grateful


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grateful +‎ -er


  • "Perhaps I could be gratefuller if there were any prospect of a fire."

    The Burglar and the Blizzard A Christmas Story

  • You never saw a gladder smile or a more gratefuller look than that poor sperrit gave me.

    Humorous Ghost Stories

  • Her heart clamored for some warmer, gratefuller word -- that might justify her to herself.

    The Testing of Diana Mallory

  • There could not be a happier dog that I was, nor a gratefuller one.

    A Dog's Tale

  • I've had the tending of him these ten days past, and a gratefuller, pleasanter animal I never met with, and 'twould be worth a gentleman's while to give a five-pound note for him, and let him have a chance.

    Black Beauty

  • Your humanitie is so moche, that it maketh us to followe our desires, without beyng afraied to be reputed presumptuous, seyng that you liberally offer thesame, whiche we should have been ashamed, to have asked you: Therefore, we saie unto you onely this, that to us you cannot dooe a greater, nor a more gratefuller benefite, then to finishe this reasonyng.

    Machiavelli, Volume I

  • "But I'd be ever so much gratefuller if -- if you'd made just one of them with puffed sleeves.

    Anne of Green Gables


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