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Example sentences for gleeful

Gleeful means someone who is so happy that they feel a little silly or giggly.
Gleeful toasting all around, then quickly back to racking.
We tried to tell the publics that they were next when they were so gleeful that the for-profits were getting hammered.
But his gleeful emptying of state coffers has also made inflation surge.
Far from being the grave and soulful songbird which his gleeful enemies used to lampoon.
In songs that patter, jokes that wink with gleeful wit, the tone is light.
The event is an ode to magic's time-honored and gleeful distortion of scientific and technological principals.
There was no returning to our illusions, no gleeful anticipation of combat action.
And he diverted a sudden gleeful kiss into a filial salute.
But they never find their own equivalent to his suave, sneaky-gleeful subversiveness.
They need a kind but firm caretaker that can funnel their gleeful zest for life through exercise, training, and service.
They need a kind but firm caretaker that can funnel their gleeful zest for life through exercise, training and service.
Three- and four-years-old, their gleeful whoops would float down the hall to my room as they prepared for their day.
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