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synonyms for gladsomeness

  • gaiety
  • delight
  • enjoyment
  • happiness
  • high spirits
  • joviality
  • joy
  • joyfulness
  • joyousness
  • lightheartedness
  • love of life
  • merriment
  • molliness
  • spiritedness
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antonyms for gladsomeness

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  • depression
  • sobriety
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How to use gladsomeness in a sentence

Even after he had left college, he retained the sunny outlook, the gladsomeness and the bloom of boyhood.
WAR LETTERS OF A PUBLIC-SCHOOL BOYPAUL JONES.
Compare the Saxon and the Celt with regard to the gladsomeness of life as shown in their literature.
ENGLISH LITERATUREWILLIAM J. LONG
As it glistens in the morning sunshine, it would fill the spectator's heart with gladsomeness.
THE POETICAL WORKS OF WILLIAM WORDSWORTH, VOL. VI (OF 8)WILLIAM WORDSWORTH
It wore a gracious and friendly look, seeming to welcome the intruder with a demure gladsomeness.
THE GATELESS BARRIERLUCAS MALET
It was the gladsomeness of innocence that he had seen dancing in the moonlight.
THE LITTLE MINISTERJ. M. BARRIE
The gladsomeness of life, the sunshine of smiles and laughter, is denied her.
ENGLISH LITERATUREWILLIAM J. LONG
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WORDS RELATED TO GLADSOMENESS

  • delight
  • enjoyment
  • gaiety
  • gladsomeness
  • happiness
  • high spirits
  • joviality
  • joy
  • joyfulness
  • joyousness
  • lightheartedness
  • love of life
  • merriment
  • molliness
  • spiritedness
Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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