liveliness

[ lahyv-lee ]SEE DEFINITION OF liveliness

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR LIVELINESS

"You 'tend to your own troubles," returned the other, with an imitation of liveliness.

Of these, the Comte d'Artois was the only one who, from youth and liveliness of character, thoroughly sympathised with his sister.

"You come just in time to give him a scolding," he said, with an affectation of liveliness.

Yet there is little of the liveliness of a game in their mode of treating the subject.

Both were proofs that Erasmus had lost nothing of his liveliness and wit.

Only Old Brooks could rouse the Cornal to some spirit of liveliness.

Her letter had seemed to have a liveliness derived from other thoughts than thoughts of him.

The picture among the shipping was one of extreme activity and liveliness.

Lively it was; but its liveliness was not all thievery and violence.

No longer could he admire her liveliness; he could not even see that she was good-looking now.

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