Common misspellings for glad:
golld, calad, colardo, glas, clearde, oogled, glarred, blad, cllaed, glased, gllad, glyco, gld, glidid, glader, geled, cleard, gladed, cluade, guwlty, illaowd, gladd, keloid, glady, glode, clouady, geard, cuald, glasd, goand, goald, glassd, gladley, calzada, guady, gearld, goold, gliar, flawd, guad, golod, qulaty, clleard, glead, elad, glail, ghand, klled, gled, glwo, guled, goalt, ghard, cload, guaid, lgad, cladd, ggod, giled, gladto, glat, glaad, clild, slad, aload, glueed, cladia, glam, glaired, calld, alaud, calader, guadio, glote, glud, gudd, glaned, vlad, valad, glazy, glad, girlsd, claud, ghandi, colard, glod, gluide, goaled, glid, glan, glag, cladio, clread, kaladi, claudy, gladlly, girld, coloado, glaldy, gladely, caled, gleand, gellato, gladyly, glyder, galazed, gilead, llead, guda, flad, glar, yeald, galnd, galdy, gowled, goled, callad, gerlad, killd, colda, gald, gladdly, goalsd, clauda, glair, galati, guiad, glab, glaay, gelati, glodel, caliade, glack, galch, clade, gead, gppd, clead, elead, genarld, gueard, tolad, garladn, llaid, glear, golal, glaced, glads, plad, glmi, gulde, claaed, gla, glald, qlad, gload, quilead, cloady, gladdy, glue'd, gauard, glsd, claddagh, geade, galed, gloal, glzed, cleaed, gflat, galde, galladuet, gilado, gellid, geald, germad, glw, glaf, gladen, glard, glutan, gaand, ghad, clady, olld, qwad, hlad, ylad, tlad, gkad, gpad, goad, glzd, glwd, glqd, fglad, gflad, vglad, gvlad, bglad, gblad, hglad, ghlad, yglad, gylad, tglad, gtlad, gklad, glkad, gplad, glpad, golad, glzad, glazd, glsad, glwad, glawd, glqad, glaqd, glaxd, gladx, gladc, glafd, gladf, gladr, glaed, glda, gglad, wlad, olad, gdad, gmad, glcd, g lad, gl ad, gla d.
Definition of glad:
- Pleased; joyous; happy; cheerful; gratified; -- opposed to sorry, sorrowful, or unhappy; -- said of persons, and often followed by of, at, that, or by the infinitive, and sometimes by with, introducing the cause or reason.
- To be glad.
- To make glad; to cheer; to gladden; to exhilarate.
- To make glad:- pr. p. gladding; pa. p. gladded.
- To make glad.
- To be glad; to rejoice.
- Pleased; joyous; happy; cheerful; gratified; - opposed to sorry, sorrowful, or unhappy; - said of persons, and often followed by of, at, that, or by the infinitive, and sometimes by with, introducing the cause or reason.
- cheerful and bright; " a beaming smile"; " a glad May morning"
- showing or causing joy and pleasure; especially made happy; " glad you are here"; " glad that they succeeded"; " gave a glad shout"; " a glad smile"; " heard the glad news"; " a glad occasion"
- Joyous; gay; pleased; cheerful; satisfied.
- Pleased: cheerful: bright: giving pleasure.
- Pleased; happy; cheerful; joyful; causing happiness.
- Joyful; pleased; gratified.
- Affected with pleasure or moderate joy; pleased; cheerful; bright; affording pleasure.
- Pleased; elevated with joy; wearing the appearance of joy; expressing joy, as a glad sound; moderately joyful.