Gladly [adverb]

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Sentence/Example of Gladly:

“I’m glad somebody’s finally taking a close look” at IBM, he said.

Either way, fund managers will be glad to see the back of an issue that has forced them to work nights after late votes that flipped markets, defeated two prime ministers and divided the country.

It’s likely inevitable, assuming Tesla does not collapse, but I’m glad the committee chose to wait.

I was also glad to have a closed-toe option for side hikes and better traction when cacti and snakes lurked with one misstep.

I’m glad you asked me that question, but I did remember the study that was done by the way that I wanted to reference because her name came back to me.

Many publishers said they think that the bumpiest parts of the year are behind them, and they are glad they’ve identified new products they can sell to partners.

If so, you’ll be glad you did, and there’s no time like now to begin the search for the perfect new house in a neighborhood you’ll love.

Looking for work has been difficult, and my parents live on the other side of the world in Bombay, India, and while I’m glad they’re someplace where lockdown has been taken seriously, that’s also difficult.

I felt so glad that there was something I could do, that only I could do—that I had unique technology to provide help.

When covid-19 abruptly forced us to leave campus and our friends, we were glad to be able to continue our independent studies—and continue collaborating on our film—remotely.