unaffectedly glad

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  • She was like a child herself, so unaffectedly glad in her precious little treasure, and so surprised! Cited from The Heavenly Twins, by Madame Sarah Grand
  • Robert was unaffectedly glad to see him, and they shook hands with warmth. Cited from The Rulers of the Lakes, by Joseph A. Altsheler
  • Duke was unaffectedly glad to see his son. Cited from A Little Florida Lady, by Dorothy C. Paine
  • The king was unaffectedly glad to see him. Cited from With Frederick the Great, A Story of the Seven Years' War, by G.A. Henty
  • Though he had faced social ostracism with a courage all the greater in one who enjoyed society, he was unaffectedly glad to take his place again. Cited from Life of Charles W. Dilke V1, by Stephen Gwynn
  • He was unaffectedly glad to see us, and it was not difficult to read in his face the worry which the affair had already given him. Cited from The Silent Bullet, by Arthur B. Reeve
  • Both appeared unaffectedly glad to see me, and equally sorry to hear that I had come to bid them good bye. Cited from A Bid for Fortune, by Guy Boothby
  • He found Gregory unaffectedly glad to see him. Cited from Hector's Inheritance, by Horatio Alger
  • Miss Ainslie was unaffectedly glad to see her, and Ruth sank into an easy chair with something like content. Cited from Lavender and Old Lace, by Myrtle Reed
  • Mrs. Logan was unaffectedly glad to see them. Cited from The Half-Hearted, by John Buchan
  • The young Duburgs were unaffectedly glad that the time for their departure had come, for the month that had passed had been a most unpleasant one to them. Cited from The Young Franc Tireurs, by G. A. Henty
  • They were, therefore, unaffectedly glad when the train came to a stop at the station of Mayence, and the order was given for all to alight. Cited from The Young Franc Tireurs, by G. A. Henty
  • He was unaffectedly glad thus to know him; to be able, in future, to think of him as one of whom he would have been proud; who would assuredly have won his way to distinction. Cited from With Kitchener in the Soudan, by G. A. Henty
  • He was unaffectedly glad to see Calvert after such a lapse of time and to meet again Mr. Morris, whom he had also known in America. Cited from Calvert of Strathore, by Carter Goodloe
  • Miss Thorne was unaffectedly glad to welcome her. Cited from Barchester Towers, by Anthony Trollope
  • Helen was unaffectedly glad to see him; she had seen all that she cared to see of Mrs. Murray and something more than that of Barbee. Cited from The Desert Valley, by Jackson Gregory
  • Both were so frankly and unaffectedly glad to be able to talk at all that they broke into each other's laughing and childish comments on obvious things and forgot themselves in the pleasure of meeting. Cited from Who Cares?, by Cosmo Hamilton
  • She could see how Eeny and Grace looked a little afraid of her, and how differently they greeted her father; and how heartily and unaffectedly glad he was to be with them once more. Cited from Kate Danton, or, Captain Danton's Daughters, by May Agnes Fleming
  • She had been unaffectedly glad to see me; had, for the instant, I fancied, thought to offer me her cheek to kiss -- yet was, with it all, so self-possessed and reserved that I shrank from touching upon her trouble. Cited from In the Valley, by Harold Frederic
  • Norman, who had not fathomed Charley's feelings, was happy and light-hearted -- more so than was usual with him, for he was unaffectedly glad to witness Charley's return to Hampton. Cited from The Three Clerks, by Anthony Trollope
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