Origin of glade
OTHER WORDS FROM gladegladelike, adjective
Words nearby glade
How to use glade in a sentence
Miles of terrain, amazing glades, and the tram is truly unique.Resort Guide 2022 Is Here: These Are the Top 20 Resorts in the East|cobrien|October 29, 2021|Outside Online
The device’s ergonomic shape and low-profile harness make it comfortable to wear and easy to forget about until you need it, and the advertised 50-meter range held up during tests in the glades of the Sangre de Cristos and in the Alaskan alpine.
The open glades, good backcountry access, and over 2,100 feet of vertical drop will make you feel like you’re out west.
If you look, you can still see them, silvery and prone, littered across the glades.At Glacier’s Edge, the Flames Have Always Come for My Family Cabin|jversteegh|August 20, 2021|Outside Online
Off-trail there’s enough rocker here to make the new Kenjas easy to pivot in glades and bumps, but there’s not enough width for powder days that are deeper than the third buckle on your boots.
Lowell was in the lead, and he turned his horse and motioned to the sheriff to remain hidden in the trees that skirted the glade.
A great throng of people were gathered around it in a half-circle, their backs to the open glade, their faces towards the oak.The First Christmas Tree|Henry Van Dyke
In a tiny glade, with the mountain walls rising precipitously for hundreds of feet, Talpers halted and gave three shrill whistles.
On his right an open glade revealed to him the dark gorge through which the Cluden thundered.Hunted and Harried|R.M. Ballantyne
The half-breed helped Helen dismount and told her to go to his tent, a small, pyramid affair at one end of the glade.