lightheartedness

[ lahyt-hahr-tid ]SEE DEFINITION OF lightheartedness

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Folly is gaiety and lightheartedness, indispensable to happiness.

She had shed her frivolity and lightheartedness like an old garment.

He let himself be irritated by the lightheartedness of Forbes.

She could make no allowance for ignorance, for weakness, for lightheartedness.

And what a boon is lightheartedness when there is work to do!

And lightheartedness is of every age, from seven to seventy-seven and perhaps beyond it.

He was intoxicated, almost bewildered by his own lightheartedness.

And seeing that her lightheartedness was pleasant to them, she teased and joked with them.

And I had believed Carpenter Nikolai incapable of lightheartedness!

She was glad when she was out in the sunshine and among the flowers again, and her lightheartedness soon returned.

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