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Definition of Blithesomely

Blithesomely
Blithesome Blithe"some (-s[u^]m), a. Cheery; gay; merry. The blithesome sounds of wassail gay. --Sir W. Scott. -- Blithe"some*ly, adv. -- Blithe"some*ness, n.

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- run When my heart was **** and merry, recked then not of care or toil Blithesome as the bells of Derry ringing o’er the sunny Foyle" But the phrase is...
- which created it. Sāmodadāmodaram (Exuberant Krishna) Akleshakeshavam (Blithesome Krishna) Mugdhamadhusūdanam (Winsome Krishna) Snigdhamadhusūdanam (Tender...
- when children shorten the name). Claus presents the first one to Bessie Blithesome, a local noblewoman, after consulting with Necile and the Queen of the...
- blindness blinds blindside blink blinkered blinkers bliss blissful blithe blithesome blizzard blob blockbuster blockhead blood blood pressure blood type bloodcurdling...
- for The Milwaukee Journal from 1915 to 1917. Her first two books were Blithesome Jottings: A Diary of Humorous Days (1918) and I, Citizen of Eternity:...
- cheery commercial spokeswoman Mary Bennett (aka the "Tea Lady"), whose blithesome pitches for Lipton Tea contrasted sharply with the macabre themes of the...
- phantom, come! The moon's awake, The owl hoots gaily from its brake, The blithesome bat's a-wing. Come, soar to yonder silent clouds; The ether teems with...
- Aristippus. He journeys to Rome (166 AD), encountering by chance on the way a blithesome young knight, Cornelius, who becomes a friend. Marius explores Rome in...
- that produced "You Win Again" and has a similar theme, albeit in a more blithesome tone, that probably reflects Hank's bitterness towards his ex-wife Audrey...
- the moment". Only the title serves as a program for the "gratuitous blithesomeness of these two brief yet beguiling choral pieces". The songs were premiered...