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Definition of the noun glade
What does glade mean as a name of something?
noun - plural: glades
- a tract of land with few or no trees in the middle of a wooded area
Alternative definition of the noun glade
- An open passage through a wood; a grassy open or cleared space in a forest.
- [colloquial] An everglade.
- Glade is a city in Phillips County, Kansas, United States. As of the 2010 census, the city population was 96.
- Glade a.k.a. Glade, West Virginia: Glade is an unincorporated community in Fayette County, West Virginia. It was also known as Paw Paw.
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There are other places with in their name, like Glade Park, Belle Glade, Glade Creek, Forest Glade, Glade Spring, Glade Valley, Glade Township, Fern Glade Reserve, Glade Creek Township and Glade Primary School.
Glade is an S. C. Johnson & Son brand of household air fresheners that were first introduced in 1956. The family of products include: Aerosol Sprays, Candles, Car Scented Oil, Carpet & Room, Glass Scents, PlugIns, PlugIns Scented Oil, Press'n Fresh, Secrets, Scented Oil Candles, and Wisp. Glade is a worldwide brand, known variously around the world as Glade, Gleid, Brise, etc. Brise was renamed in Glade in Germany and the Netherlands in 2012.
- "Glade" is a book published in 2009 that was written by Chris D'Lacey.
- language: English Language
- author: Chris d'Lacey
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- "Glade" is a book by Jean Mambrino.
- "Glade" is a book by Thomas A. Clark.
Glade: In the most general sense, a glade or clearing is an open area within a woodland. Glades are often grassy meadows under the canopy of deciduous trees such as red alder or quaking aspen in western North America. They also represent openings in forests where local conditions such as avalanches, poor soils, or fire damage have created semi-permanent clearings. They are very important to herbivorous animals, such as deer and elk, for forage and denning activities.
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The Glade is a special garden designed to spotlight a thick-trunked European Beech Tree, the Cedars of Lebanon and a...
The Elementary Spelling Book (1839)
Being an Improvement on The American Spelling Book by Noah Webster
A glade is an o among trees. A grade is a degree in rank. An officer enjoys the grade of a captain. - #Trade is a dealing in the sale or exchange of goods. - Smoke rises, because the air is lighter above. A globe is a round body, like a ball.
A glade is an opening among trees. A grade is a degree in rank. An officer may enjoy the grade of a captain or lieutenant. Trade is a dealing in the sale or exchange of goods. Smoke rises, because it is lighter than the ah.. A globe is a round ...
by James Stuart Laurie
A glade is an opening among trees. A grade is a degree in rank. An officer may enjoy the grade of a captain or lieutenant. Trade is a dealing in the sale or exchange of goods. Smoke rises because it is lighter than the air. A globe is a round ...
Pathways, Essays, & Yesterdays by Stephen Altschuler
The Glade is a good place for lunch in the sun or, on a hot day, in the shade of one of its welcoming trees. Continue on the path, traverse a bridge — keeping the Faculty Club to your right — bear right over another bridge, and you will come to ...
by Tanner JD, Emily Ressler-Tanner
Most of the area is forested, but hikers will notice several glades along the trails. A glade is an open, rocky area with very shallow soil that is dominated by plants.
Where to Retire (2015)
America's Best & Most Affordable Places by John Howells
Fairfield Glade When retirement writers speak of Crossville, often they have one of the special country-club developments in mind. There are several. Fairfield Glade is the oldest and the largest in the area, possibly the largest in the entire state ...
Living Like Indians (2011)
A Treasury of North American Indian Crafts, Games and Activities by Allan A. Macfarlan
In some places the forest will be dim-lighted by what light or sunlight filters down through the boughs and leafy canopies high overhead, and the occasional sunlit glade is a thing of beauty and wonder. What does a chief look for to make forest ...
The Art of UNIX Programming (2003)
by Eric S. Raymond
Glade is an interface builder for the open-source GTK toolkit library for X.5 Glade allows you to develop a GUI interface by interactively picking, placing, and modifying widgets on an interface panel. The GUI editor produces an XML file ...
The Backyard Lumberjack (2006)
The Ultimate Guide to Felling, Bucking, Splitting & Stacking by Frank Philbrick, Stephen Philbrick
Glade is a logger, landscaper, brush-hogger, wood-chipper, cordwood dealer.
by Percy Hide Reaney, Richard Middlewood Wilson
GLADE, GLADWIN. Gladders : Richard Gladiere 1296 SRSx; Alice le Galdier 1332 SRWa.
Comprising the Twofold Advantage of a Philosophical and an Alphabetical Arrangement, with Appropriate Engravings by Edward Smedley, Hugh James Rose, Henry John Rose
GLADE, gehlyd, ge-hlid, ge-hlod, ge-hlad, is the regular past tense and past participle of gc-hlidan, (tegere, operire, to cover ;) and ge-hlad, is become the English glade ; applie'd to "A spot covered or hid, ...
by Diana Grenfell, Michael Shadrack
asp Iowa Bickelhaupt Arboretum Hosta Glade 340 S 14th Street Clinton, Iowa 52732 www.bickarb.org/ Dubuque ...
CHAMBERS'S ENCYCLOPAEDIA: A DICTIONARY OF UNIVERSAL KNOWLEDGE FOR THE PEOPLE ILLUSTRATED WITH MAPS AND NUMEROUS WOOD ENGRAVINGS REVISED EDITION VOL. X (1874)
GLADE NET, a kind of net used for ...
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The sun pierces through the canopy to this glade
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- Mossy Glade
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- The Faerie Glade
The ancient forests of The Trossachs, Scotland, are home to the myths and legends of The Urisks - the Faeries of the Forests. When you come across sights like this it is easy to believe the old stories. Taken near Bracklinn Falls, at the small town of Callander.
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- Sunny Glade
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- October 2015 Balsam Glade Crest Road Fire
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- Treacherous glade
Here thick trees gave way to a glade. Don't go there for a picnic though - walking the moors sucks.
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- Divine glade
Photo credit: Aleksander Markin. Александр Маркин
- Memorial glade
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- Leafy glade
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- Reed Bridge Over Renn Fayre Glade
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The value of this 5-letter word is 7 points. It is included in the first and second editions of the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.
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