All four interviewed for this article said they were glad they did it and would do it again if asked.
For someone with such a sunny reputation as Barrymore, she is glad that people can see her summoning her sullen side.
On Fox News Sunday, McCain said he would "be glad to be called anything" such as "fighter" or "great American."
Hirsi Ali nonetheless said she was glad Wilders was bringing attention to Europe's poor record of assimilation.
But nothing extraordinary about this adolescence.Verdict: We are glad not to be teenagers or mothers of teens.
The hired man ceased his efforts at once, glad to be done with the savage.
I mean I'm glad I've got the things marriage has brought me.
I'm glad we don't have to see him often, he'd give me the nightmare.
"Admiral Sampson will be glad to get you," the cadet thought to himself.
The result was that I got my work done, and found my wife as glad to see me as I was to see her.
Old English glæd "bright, shining, joyous," from Proto-Germanic *glada- (cf. Old Norse glaðr "smooth, bright, glad," Danish glad "glad, joyful," Old Saxon gladmod "glad," Old Frisian gled "smooth," Dutch glad "slippery," German glatt "smooth"), from PIE *ghel- "to shine" (see glass). The modern sense is much weakened. Slang glad rags "one's best clothes" first recorded 1902.