Thesaurus / lightsome
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In the wooing of Lady Anne there was both heart and passion, but the mood was that of lightsome duplicity.
SHADOWS OF THE STAGEWILLIAM WINTER
But what is lightsome and blithe in her, was debonaire in him.
She has the invincible gift of youth, of lightsome, winsome, 344buoyant youth.
I thought so; for though my heart was lightsome and joyous before, yet it is ten times more lightsome and joyous now.
But she felt as if years had passed over her and she was no longer the lightsome girl.
They should contain stoves or fireplaces, and should be perfectly dry, lightsome, and well aired.
RIDING FOR LADIESMRS. POWER O'DONOGHUE
Mrs. Ritson was a grave and earnest woman, a saintly soul, and Greta's lightsome spirit had always felt rebuked in her presence.
A SON OF HAGARSIR HALL CAINE
Her young niece was going lightly about within, redding up the lightsome clean apartment.
MERKLANDMRS. OLIPHANT
No lightsome laughter echoed through those leafy dells, grating upon the ear which almost listened for the loved voice.
RUTH HALLFANNY FERN
It was by her mournful second name, or rather by its lightsome diminutive, Lola, that she was ever afterwards known.
LOLA MONTEZEDMUND B. D'AUVERGNE

WORDS RELATED TO LIGHTSOME

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