The spring, with its freshness and promise, was symbolical of the gladsome currents of her life that joyous April and May.
Nobody ever stopped him in the street to say, with gladsome looks, 'My dear Scrooge, how are you?
There the Spring was very charming, and the voice of the bird rare and gladsome.
It was a gladsome spectacle, and his eyes sparkled in beholding it.
She was the promise of a future for me, as the morning star is of a gladsome day.
But, as Wordsworth reminds us, these ever-youthful waters have their gladsome notes.
When the gladsome breeder gets his wild-cat or coyote big enough to market, it is "heads I win, tails you lose."
Filled with their gladsome minstrelsy the depths of leafy gloom.
Instead of dim twilight, or hazy doubts or forebodings, the sunshine of the Divine Presence makes all things bright and gladsome.
It was all so gladsome, so beautiful, so free, that Joan laughed and skipped for joy.