Definition of glade in English:
An open space in a wood or forest: a forest glade glades of birch
More example sentences
- Others awaited Richard II on the battlements of Chester Castle, or in a glade of Sandiway Forest.
- I follow the trail back down through the forest, past glades of ferns glistening with the mist of slow-running falls on their way back to the ocean.
- They prefer open and semi-open habitat, and although two species can be found in forest glades, they usually avoid dense woodland.
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