blitheness

[ blahyth, blahyth ]SEE DEFINITION OF blitheness

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR BLITHENESS

He wore an air of blitheness which, though silent, was overdone.

Certainly of Greek blitheness and directness there was no trace.

Thereupon they parted with no blitheness, and Cormac went to his ship.

“Not in it with the Cubs,” he announced, blitheness in his manner.

All the blitheness was with Nikolaus; we others could not shake off our depression.

The blitheness of their humor, therefore, contained also a seasoning of carelessness.

I am not exaggerating when I relate that the days now passed with blitheness.

It is strange to look back and recall with what blitheness we prepared to leave.

To serve, one cannot avoid that; but to serve with blitheness, that is the secret.

A clear sweet humor and blitheness of heart blend in this romance.

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