This time, Sid gladly replaced Rotten on vocals, singing every song word perfect and in tune.
The guards cared little for the well-being of the inmates, and instead sold them alcohol, which they gladly bought over food.
These Westerners bring (relative) wads of cash and influence, and are gladly met by opportunistic African leaders.
If a patient is not yet playing football and a parent asks for my opinion, I gladly share it.
A man sitting next to the bus driver handed the soldier a bottle of water which was gladly received with a "thank you."
Graziella gladly consented, and Bonnetta stayed below with the mermaid.
I invited Emily and Flora to go, and they gladly accepted the invitation.
gladly, therefore, do we emerge from those soul-confusing labyrinths of speculative Radicalism, into somewhat clearer regions.
I will gladly give you counsel and advice, but more I cannot do.
The English term "munching," signifying chewing or masticating, is an excellent amendment, which is gladly adopted.
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.