Gleeful to Golden
Gleeful, a. Glad, merry, joyous, light, light-hearted, gay, happy, jocund, elate.
Glen, n. Valley, vale, dale, dell, dingle.
Glib, v. a. Castrate, geld, emasculate, deprive of virility.
Glide, v. n.
Glide, n. Lapse, slip, gliding, sliding, continuous motion.
Glimmer, v. n. Shine (faintly), gleam, glitter.
Glimmer, Glimmering, n.
Glimpse, n. Glance, glimmering, transitory view. rapid look, momentary perception, glint (Scotch).
Glitter, v. n. Glisten, glister, sparkle, gleam, flare, glare, glance, flash, scintillate, coruscate, make a splendid show.
Glitter, n. Sparkle, glister, lustre, brilliancy, splendor, brightness, shine, radiance, gleam, scintillation, coruscation, beam, beaming.
Gloam, v. n. Begin to darken, approach twilight.
Gloaming, n. Twilight, dusk, fall of evening, eventide, nightfall.
Gloat, v. n. Stare, gaze, gaze earnestly, look intently, gaze passionately, gaze with passionate satisfaction.
Globate, Globated, a. Globular, globose, spherical, round, spheroidal, globe-shaped.
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