lighthearted[ lahyt-hahr-tid ]SEE DEFINITION OF lighthearted
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR LIGHTHEARTED
She evidently thought I was becoming gay and lighthearted at last.
I have become a rover and a waif, and I feel as lighthearted as a boy.
You were then a gay, lighthearted soldier, devoted to your duties.
It is scarcely a fault to be lighthearted, and easily pleased.
For Copper the future was a simple thing and she was lighthearted about it.
"I will go in and see her," said the lighthearted but truehearted woman.
Another is that now I feel so easy and lighthearted I can love you and baby—as—as I do!
And Anna, in her lighthearted wilfulness, burst into a merry laugh.
Had I known what was going to happen, I would not have been so lighthearted.
"I'm not strong at my spelling, I know," he said, with his lighthearted laugh.
MORE RELATED WORDS FOR LIGHTHEARTED
- feeling one's oats
- full of pep