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Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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"I don't know what an opera is like," said Helen with a kind of bright mirthfulness at her own ignorance.
HELEN GRANT'S SCHOOLDAYSAMANDA M. DOUGLAS
It did not quench, indeed, their natural mirthfulness, but it filled them with strong purposes and high thoughts.
ST. WINIFRED'SFREDERIC W. FARRAR
A few of the men only remained silent, deliberately holding aloof from the renewed mirthfulness.
THE ELUSIVE PIMPERNELBARONESS EMMUSKA ORCZY
She gave him for the first time a glance that had the element of mirthfulness in it.
CYNTHIA WAKEHAM'S MONEYANNA KATHARINE GREEN
Where now was that lustrous beaming beauty of mirthfulness, which was wont to dawn in those eyes?
VARNEY THE VAMPIRETHOMAS PRESKETT PREST
But over this there comes a shudder and a groan that all the mirthfulness of the careless was impotent to drown.
The cause was the levity and mirthfulness which were displayed on Third day of the week previous.
She cared not to repress her emotions of sadness or mirthfulness as occasions arose to excite them.
MARIA ANTOINETTEJOHN S. C. (JOHN STEVENS CABOT) ABBOTT
There are many people whose chief mirthfulness is in that line.
THE ABOMINATIONS OF MODERN SOCIETYREV. T. DE WITT TALMAGE
His face glowed with mirthfulness, and his melancholy humor seemed to have vanished as if by magic.
THE HOME IN THE VALLEYEMILIE F. CARLN

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