Greatful or Grateful

GREATFUL or GRATEFUL: Difference between Grateful vs Greatful

Greatful or Grateful!!! When to use grateful or greatful? Reading this post to understand the difference between them.

Greatful or Grateful

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Grateful Definition and Examples

Grateful is an adjective. It means feeling or showing an appreciation of kindness; thankful. Grateful has no link to greatness, but rather to gratitude.

Grateful Examples:

  1. I’m so grateful for all that you’ve done.
  2. We are grateful for your inquiry of May 23, 1998.
  3. I am extremely grateful to all the teachers for their help.
  4. We would be grateful for the prompt payment of your account.
  5. She was grateful to him for being so good to her.
  6. I can’t express how grateful I am to you.
  7. We are deeply grateful to you and your family.
  8. He was grateful that she didn’t tell his parents about the incident.
  9. Kate gave him a grateful smile.
  10. He closed his letter with the expression of grateful thanks.
  11. Dear teacher, thank you for illuminating my voyage of life with your own light of life. My grateful sentiments come from the bottom of my heart.
  12. She is eternally grateful to her family for their support.
  13. I would be grateful if you could send the completed form back as soon as possible.
  14. When Tom gave him the money, the panhandler was surprised and seemed grateful.
  15. The authors are grateful for the unceasing support of the editors in London and New York.

Greatful Definition and Examples

Greatful is not a word. It is a common misspelling of grateful, so it has no definition.

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