Thesaurus / lighthearted

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She always ended by feeling very young, and, somehow, gloriously carefree and lighthearted.
FANNY HERSELFEDNA FERBER
"I'm not strong at my spelling, I know," he said, with his lighthearted laugh.
ARMADALEWILKIE COLLINS
She felt so lighthearted she wanted to do something for everyone, to make all feel as happy as she did herself.
ANXIOUS AUDREYMABEL QUILLER-COUCH
The lighthearted Chansons de Nonnes, whose theme is the nun unwillingly professed, had a real basis in fact.
Certainly fish were not too plentiful, but the aboriginal crew worked well, and were lighthearted almost to a fault.
TROPIC DAYSE. J. BANFIELD
She was a contrast to the Maine, aboard which all those who had been so merry and lighthearted seemed now fast asleep.
A lighthearted, easy going assurance is not sufficient alone to compass the problems that present themselves in the studio.
She was a lighthearted girl and had not taken much of an interest in the rather dry meeting.
But ere I lied from it, I looked down the path to see what could make a man so lighthearted in this weary world; and lo!
There was much laughter and lighthearted gaiety about him, as was natural on such a luxury liner.
MAN OF MANY MINDSE. EVERETT EVANS

WORDS RELATED TO LIGHTHEARTED

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