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It is not long since the old and the young were to be seen together in the blithesome dance and the merry play.
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There is little that is blithesome and cheerful, but much that is melancholy.
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He had instant opportunity for an exhibition of all his blithesome qualities.
THE CASSOWARYSTANLEY WATERLOO
Happy and blithesome, the Farmers were, at heart, earnestly devoted to purposes held sacred.
MY FRIENDS AT BROOK FARMJOHN VAN DER ZEE SEARS
Down Piccadilly ran the roar of the night traffic, wending a blithesome way to places of pleasure.
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It gives you the impression that a bird which sings so blithesome a strain must surely be happy in his domestic relations.
BIRDS OF THE ROCKIESLEANDER SYLVESTER KEYSER
My first meeting with the blithesome house-finch of the West occurred in the city of Denver, in 1899.
BIRDS OF THE ROCKIESLEANDER SYLVESTER KEYSER
"Old Henry will shore be s'prised when he comes back from town," observed blithesome Happy Jack.
BAT WING BOWLESDANE COOLIDGE
The flowers on its brim nodded, the rushes waved and the branch bent as if in assent to the mad gossip of the blithesome brook.
THE STROLLERSFREDERIC S. ISHAM
In the days of its glory it had been upholstered right merrily, and around its flat top had dangled a blithesome fringe.
THE KILLERSTEWART EDWARD WHITE

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