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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR MERRINESS

And so the marriage-bells rang on, with all their merriness, with all their joy.

Laura contributed whatever of merriness there was to the home-coming feast.

Ingigerd portrayed this with inimitable grace, innocence and merriness.

The action was to cover with a veneer of merriness a question which it embarrassed him to ask.

Jim's smile flashed and Penelope wondered what she liked best about it, his white teeth, his merriness or his wistfulness.

The merriness of the trip seems subdued, and the frivolous chattering is hushed altogether.

They attracted all who loved laughter and merriness and a loving caricature of country-folk,—and who do not?

He lost his merriness, and somewhat of his loudness, and became sullen; and the wolf always was shrewdly near the door.

He, besides, possessed all that merriness and jocularity which I have often observed among a number of the males of his race.

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