gladder

Gladder - What does it mean?

gladder | |

Gladded vs Gladder - What's the difference?

gladded | gladder |


As verbs the difference between gladded and gladder

is that gladded is (glad) while gladder is to make glad; rejoice.

As an adjective gladder is

(glad).

As a noun gladder is

one who makes glad or gives joy.

Gladder vs Gladden - What's the difference?

gladder | gladden |


As verbs the difference between gladder and gladden

is that gladder is to make glad; rejoice while gladden is to cause (something) to become more glad.

As an adjective gladder

is (glad).

As a noun gladder

is one who makes glad or gives joy.

Gladder vs Ladder - What's the difference?

gladder | ladder |


As nouns the difference between gladder and ladder

is that gladder is one who makes glad or gives joy while ladder is a frame, usually portable, of wood, metal, or rope, used for ascent and descent, consisting of two side pieces to which are fastened rungs: cross strips or rounds acting as steps.

As verbs the difference between gladder and ladder

is that gladder is to make glad; rejoice while ladder is (firefighting) to ascend a building or wall using a ladder.

As an adjective gladder

is (glad).

Gladder vs Bladder - What's the difference?

gladder | bladder |


In lang=en terms the difference between gladder and bladder

is that gladder is to make glad; rejoice while bladder is to store or put up in bladders.

As nouns the difference between gladder and bladder

is that gladder is one who makes glad or gives joy while bladder is (zoology) a flexible sac that can expand and contract and that holds liquids or gases.

As verbs the difference between gladder and bladder

is that gladder is to make glad; rejoice while bladder is to swell out like a bladder with air; to inflate.

As an adjective gladder

is (glad).

Gladder vs Gadder - What's the difference?

gladder | gadder |


As nouns the difference between gladder and gadder

is that gladder is one who makes glad or gives joy while gadder is one who roves about idly, a rambling gossip.

As an adjective gladder

is (glad).

As a verb gladder

is to make glad; rejoice.

Rejoice vs Gladder - What's the difference?

rejoice | gladder |


As verbs the difference between rejoice and gladder

is that rejoice is to be very happy, be delighted, exult; to feel joy while gladder is to make glad; rejoice.

As an adjective gladder is

(glad).

As a noun gladder is

one who makes glad or gives joy.

Glad vs Gladder - What's the difference?

glad | gladder |


As adjectives the difference between glad and gladder

is that glad is pleased, happy, gratified while gladder is (glad).

As verbs the difference between glad and gladder

is that glad is to make glad; to cheer; to gladden; to exhilarate while gladder is to make glad; rejoice.

As a noun gladder is

one who makes glad or gives joy.