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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishgladeglade /ɡleɪd/ noun [countable]  literaryAL a small open space in a wood or forest
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gladeOnce he saw a glade, a secret place with a floor of pale, sandy soil.Great eagles nest in the enchanted hills, and unicorns walk in its sun-dappled glades.The weapons sped on across the empty glade into the wood and there found their mark.The light was beginning to go from the sky; an orange glade stood around us.A small glade ablaze with sunbeams.The path that left the glade was steep and narrow and spread across with ivy and clumps of mauve and white violets.This year it added one new trail, a black diamond tight glade.On the walls are framed prints of herons and egrets in cypress swamps and watery glades.
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