English words and Examples of Usage

use "glad" in a sentence

He'd be glad to come back and help Philadelphia again, he told me.

Having him up there in those situations, I’m glad he’s on our side.

I was so glad to see him, but I was afraid for him too, Gantt said.

But I'm glad it did in one sense because maybe people will be alert.

“We’re glad it’s starting, but it’s going to be extremely difficult.

As Murphy admitted after the game, he was glad he didn't know.

I'm so glad to have a second chance to be a father, a son, an uncle."

Dan Emerson said he was glad there were no hecklers inside the venue.

I was glad to see the firefighters took the time to get those memories.

He tipped it and caught it with one hand; I’m just glad I got him down.

"I am glad he found peace, I don't know if we will see another like him.

I'm glad that he's coming and I'm looking forward to what he has to say.

With hindsight I'm glad I didn't wait and would do the same thing again.

We are glad to put this trial behind us, a spokesperson for Kleiner said.

They wanted to live there and are glad to be citizens of their countries.”

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