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  • clad It did not occur to her that there was a power here concerned altogether different from any she had before encountered-namely a soul possessed by truth and clad in the armour of righteousness.
  • gad Gad, I believe he's been kicked downstairs by an indignant husband!
  • galled They knew them, it seems, by the burthens they had carried having galled their backs, for they have no saddles to cover them with in that country.
  • geld The gerund and participle "gelding" and the infinitive "to geld" refer to the castration procedure itself.
  • gelid "There was in times of old where Ymir dwelt, nor land nor sea, nor gelid waves; earth existed not, nor heaven above; there was a chaotic chasm, and verdure nowhere.
  • gild Even the old conscientiousness often gave way to greed, until in many places inferior workmanship received the approval of the gild.
  • glad "I am glad o' that," he exclaimed.
  • gladden A stream of water led into its gardens to gladden them and give them life.
  • glade I dragged myself after Hiram into the glade.
  • gladly "If I had known what your plans were, of course I should gladly have helped you out.
  • gland The Pineal Gland The Pineal Gland is a mass of nervous substance which is found located in the human brain in a position near the middle of the skull, almost directly above the extreme top of the spinal column.
  • glazed The eye of the wooden horse was glazed and dim.
  • glide Now, let us glide back to the delightful solitude which we reluctantly quitted so short a time ago.
  • gloat I listen to the stories of the oldest inhabitant, of the winters when "the snow lay to the second-story windows in the Bowery," with the fervent wish that they may never come back, and secretly gloat over his wail that the seasons have changed and are not what they were.
  • glued Jim and Phil in curiosity kept their eyes glued to the dirty window.
  • goad But let the thought have its place as a goad when required, or as a steadying influence when the spirits would gallop too fast-the thought in the question: How will it be with me when my years are thirty-five or forty?
  • gold The long oars were scarlet and gold, and the rowers were resplendent in suits of blue and silver.
  • lad "We'll hurry, my lad.
  • lade Gartmorn Dam does not lie on the Black Devon, but is fed from it by a lade originating at a weir in the Black Devon just above Forestmill.
  • lady Oh, speak, dear lady, speak!
  • lard If lard, lard substitute, or vegetable oil were substituted for butter in a cake or other quick bread, should the same quantity be used?
  • laud One of the indictments against Archbishop Laud at his trial was the fact that he had ordered it to be removed from some churches in his diocese.
  • Gladder Was there ever a gladder heart than Annie's?
  • Glared Belllounds glared impatiently at them.
  • Glided She glided out of bed and looked in the drawer.
  • Gilda At first sight of her brother Gilda had uttered a little cry of joy; but that cry soon died upon her lips.
  • Gladys "I am," returned Gladys complacently.
  • Golda ↑ Moscow Choral Synagogue: Our Community↑ Yossi Goldstein, "Doomed to Fail: Golda Meirs Mission to Moscow (Part 1)", The Israel Journal of Foreign Affairs Vol.
  • Glades When the moon turned the glades to silver, Elfrida left him, but she promised to meet him again next day, and he could not sleep for thinking of her.
  • Gilead And the Lord showed him all the land of Gilead, unto Dan.
  • GAWD Hones' to Gawd, I ain't."
  • GLADS "O queen of love! whose smile all bright Glads Paphos and the Cyprian isle, Forsake those loved retreats awhile, And to the temple bend thy flight, Where Glycera, the young, the fair, Invokes thy presence high, While clouds of incense fill the air, And waft her suppliant sigh.
  • laid Patty handed the missive, and Hilliard laid it upon the table.

10 words made from the letters gladd

3 letter words made from gladd:

dad, lad, add, gad, gal, dag, lag, dal.

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