lightsome[ lahyt-suh m ]SEE DEFINITION OF lightsome
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Then his own deeper one, out of its lightsome darkness: "A rainbow, child!"
You won't find life so lightsome when his eagle eye discovers you.
She has the invincible gift of youth, of lightsome, winsome, 344buoyant youth.
Indeed, there was too lightsome a tone of flippancy all through the paper.
It is their preservative instinct which teaches them to be flighty, lightsome, and false.
She was glad to be near a lightsome, courageous human being.
His lofty figure was as alert and lightsome as it was majestic.
But what is lightsome and blithe in her, was debonaire in him.
Usually his manner was lightsome, but to-day it was subdued.
But blue be their sky awhile, and lightsome all their chat, and frolicsome their humors.