Glade

This word has rather obscure etymology, but may, through its meaning of a sunny place in the woods, be related to “gleam”!

  • 03.012 when they came at length to an open glade
  • 06.052 and they ran to the trees at the edge of the glade,
  • 06.052 a large pine standing at the very edge of the glade.
  • 06.060 This glade in the ring of trees
  • 06.060 in the glade;
  • 06.065 Very soon all about the glade wolves were rolling over
  • 08.099 in the glade where they lived,
  • 19.001 into the lower glades of the wood

“glade, n.2.” OED Online. Oxford University Press, June 2015. Web. 26 July 2015.

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