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No charm of graceful sportiveness, of artful compliment, or of kindly seeming, was wanting to the attraction of her manners.
DISCIPLINEMARY BRUNTON
With all her gaiety and sportiveness, she had a heart filled with all the tenderest sensibilities of a woman.
It began in sportiveness, but before long became deeply serious and interesting.
Wild as a deer, she dared him to run a race with her, and danced along the paths by his side full of mirth and sportiveness.
THE POOR GENTLEMANHENDRIK CONSCIENCE
With this virile appearance, Cornelia united the sportiveness, and the sweet and coy charms of a maid.
But there are few of us who would care to see the monumental calm of our fireside sphinx degenerate into senile sportiveness.
AMERICANS AND OTHERSAGNES REPPLIER
What glorious visions might one conjure up out of the sportiveness of an untrammelled will!
"I echo my husband's sentiments as a good wife should," she answered with something of the sportiveness of other days.
ELSIE'S CHILDRENMARTHA FINLEY
They get plenty of dry litter, fresh air, moderate warmth, and are kept nearly in the dark to check sportiveness.
He who never relaxes into sportiveness is a wearisome companion, but beware of him who jests at everything!
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WORDS RELATED TO SPORTIVENESS

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