light-heartedness

[ lahyt-hahr-tid ]SEE DEFINITION OF light-heartedness
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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR LIGHT-HEARTEDNESS

"Certainly," he replied, with an attempt at light-heartedness.

She was demure with light-heartedness and he 222 looked at her approvingly.

With the light-heartedness of youth, Tess reached the Longman cabin.

A sudden transition from gaiety and light-heartedness to sorrow.

Indeed, the light-heartedness of these poor people was a revelation to Helen.

An end must come to everything, and to her light-heartedness an end had come very soon.

He carried an aroma of fun and light-heartedness about him that was simply contagious.

There is a light-heartedness about his letters like that of the old Eton times.

It was not in the light-heartedness, or blind recklessness, of nature that he spoke to her.

Every day I am more and more struck with the light-heartedness and gaiety of the animals.

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