blithesome

[ blahyth-suh m, blahyth- ]SEE DEFINITION OF blithesome
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I am on my way to the Capucines, he explained, in his blithesome stutter.

In place of a blithesome fairy and a being of enchantment, what was it that suddenly appeared before them?

There is little that is blithesome and cheerful, but much that is melancholy.

He is not quite so much inclined to be gay and blithesome as he was going.

He had instant opportunity for an exhibition of all his blithesome qualities.

There was a song in her soul and the blithesome days of yore were rippling in her veins.

And again, the holiday makers were not the blithesome creatures of her imagination.

There is a curious instance of this in the song, "The Blithesome Bridal."

Hollanden approached them with the blithesome step of an untroubled man.

And the parsons of the past were also a blithesome set of individuals.

WORD ORIGIN

1724, from blithe + -some (1). An adjective from an adjective. Related: Blithesomely; blithesomeness.

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