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To cause (something) to become more glad

Her body was bent by age; her limbs trembled with palsy; her face, distorted into a mumbling leer, resembled more the grotesque shaping of some wild pencil, than the work of Nature's hand. Alas! How few of Nature's faces are left alone to gladden us with their beauty!.

To become more glad in one's disposition

In May when every lusty heart flourisheth and bourgeoneth, for as the season is lusty to behold and comfortable, so man and woman rejoice and gladden of summer coming with his fresh flowers.

to make joyous
{v} to make glad, delight, cheer
To be or become glad; to rejoice
become glad or happy
If something gladdens you, it makes you feel happy and pleased. Charles's visit surprised him and gladdened him. sadden. to make someone feel pleased and happy
make glad or happy
To make glad; to cheer; to please; to gratify; to rejoice; to exhilarate
To become more glad in ones disposition
become glad or happy make glad or happy
{f} cheer, make cheery, make happy
If you say that something gladdens someone's heart, you mean that it makes them feel pleased and hopeful. a conclusion that should gladden the hearts of all animal-rights activists
made joyful; "the sun and the wind on his back made him feel exhilarated--happy to be alive
Simple past and past participle of to gladden
{s} cheering, making cheery; encouraging; pleasing
present participle of gladden
Third person singular simple present of to gladden