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blithe

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2 indicative of or marked by high spirits or good humor

  • a blithe remark that good food enjoyed with good company makes good wine seem even better
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3 having or showing freedom from worries or troubles

  • he has a blithe attitude about ever having to earn a living because he knows there's a trust fund in his future
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merry, blithe, jocund, jovial, jolly mean showing high spirits or lightheartedness. merry suggests cheerful, joyous, uninhibited enjoyment of frolic or festivity.
    • a merry group of revelers
blithe suggests carefree, innocent, or even heedless gaiety.
    • arrived late in his usual blithe way
jocund stresses elation and exhilaration of spirits.
    • singing, dancing, and jocund feasting
jovial suggests the stimulation of conviviality and good fellowship.
    • dinner put them in a jovial mood
jolly suggests high spirits expressed in laughing, bantering, and jesting.
    • our jolly host enlivened the party


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