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The women alone sustained this one, repulsed it lightheartedly, and the siege was raised.
He and his young wife used to play deck-tennis every morning as lightheartedly as if they were travelling to Europe for a lark.
Lightheartedly they stepped over to the slidewalk and were back on their way to the secret project.
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Then she went upstairs quite lightheartedly, and along the corridor to the schoolroom.
THE SQUIRE'S DAUGHTERARCHIBALD MARSHALL
I drew down my veil and set off briskly and lightheartedly for home.
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He blunders lightheartedly, frisking along in front of the horse, and his owner tries to ride over him, and generally succeeds.
THREE ELEPHANT POWERANDREW BARTON 'BANJO' PATERSON
I said nothing, but wondered how he could pass so lightheartedly over the death of the woman who had once been his wife.
THE SILENT BULLETARTHUR B. REEVE
My heart's darling, her face a radiant flower in the grey morning, tripping lightheartedly along.
And there are some, like La Franaise, which we may read more lightheartedly when we have learnt the lesson of the rest.
Joyously and lightheartedly he had crossed swords with the greatest master-of-arms in Europe.
LOCHINVARS. R. CROCKETT

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