It will gladden my eyes to see the grass growing when spring comes round.'
gladden your souls, ye mistresses, with sense of error bann'd.
But Herbert Fitzgerald was a son to gladden a father's heart and a mother's eye.
Reflect that you may gladden and beautify your lives, or embitter them, according as you now act.
Elinor redoubled her loving ways from that time, and strove to cheer and gladden him, but he was almost repellant.
Bearing to the neighboring town, fuel that gladden'd the hearth-stone.
Every evening I heard him, but no sight came to gladden my eyes.
What gladdened her before did not gladden her now, and what had once been a joy was now a sorrow.
The flowers upon the mountain and the grass in the valley grow and bloom to gladden my sight as well as his.
Ah, it was indeed a scene to gladden the heart of the father of one of them!