Examples of gaiety in a sentence
The party had none of the gaiety we've seen in past years.
the gaiety of the carnival
Variants of gaiety
Origin and Etymology of gaiety
First Known Use: 1634
GAIETY Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of gaiety for English Language Learners
: a happy and lively quality
GAIETY Defined for Kids
Definition of gaiety for Students
1 : happy and lively activity : merrymaking <There were sounds of gaiety outside, musical instruments, and noisy tongues, and laughter. — Charles Dickens, The Cricket on the Hearth>
2 : bright spirits or manner <The bad news ended their gaiety.>
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