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use "grateful" in a sentence


And I'm grateful I have a second chance to live life differently."

They are so inspiring and so caring and I feel so grateful to them.

"She's so overwhelmed by the support and very grateful to everyone.

Despite the property damage, he's grateful for at least two things.

He was grateful she was there and hopes they can build a friendship.

“I'm eternally grateful to those who stuck it out through this time.

Tracy is grateful for the support her campaign has received thus far.

I'm grateful and heartbroken at the same time, Emily Hall Dorio said.

I'm so grateful, you just don't know,"" she said of the award."

It's sad, but it makes me all the more grateful Batteast did this show.

They're very grateful and overwhelmed by the support that's been shown."

We will always be grateful to him for what he achieved,” he said.

We are extremely grateful to Mr. Bacon and The Moore Bahamas Foundation.”

Anderson said the community was "grateful" for MTS providing the service.

This is a very, very big deal, and I'm very grateful, Bill Clinton added.

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