Definition of Lightsomeness. Meaning of Lightsomeness. Synonyms of Lightsomeness

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Definition of Lightsomeness

Lightsomeness
Lightsome Light"some (l[imac]t"s[u^]m), a. 1. Having light; lighted; not dark or gloomy; bright. White walls make rooms more lightsome than black. --Bacon. 2. Gay; airy; cheering; exhilarating. That lightsome affection of joy. --Hooker. -- Light"some*ly, adv. -- Light"some*ness, n. Happiness may walk soberly in dark attire, as well as dance lightsomely in a gala dress. --Hawthorne.

Meaning of Lightsomeness from wikipedia

- Bernard the Lightsome (also known as of Lwówek) (Polish: Bernard Zwinny or Lwówecki ) (ca. 1253/57 – 25 April 1286) was a Duke of Lwówek (Löwenberg) since...
- idea: Compar'd to these stormes, death is but a qualme, **** somewhat lightsome, and the’Bermuda calme. Bermuda was discovered in 1505 by Spanish explorer...
- Moneer, Monir, Mounir, or Muneyr, Arabic: منير‎, meaning illuminating, lightsome, bright, luminous) is a masculine Arabic given name, it may refer to:...
- abroad; loves darkness as life and cannot endure the light or to sit in lightsome places; his hat still in his eyes, he will neither see, nor be seen by...
- It drummed a homely tune. And through the night it pattered still, And lightsome, gladsome elves On dripping spout and window-sill Kept talking to themselves...
- mine;. Wi' lightsome heart I pu'd a rose, Upon its thorny tree; But my fause Luver staw my rose And left the thorn wi' me: Wi' lightsome heart I pu'd...
- decorated with cupolas and spires and scrolled balconies in the heavily lightsome style of the seventies.” As the town began to modernize, “only Miss Emily’s...
- Jawor. The duchy of Lwowek was ruled by the Silesian Piast, Bernard the Lightsome, with its capital at Lwowek Slaski (German: Löwenberg) in Lower Silesia...
- village was founded was bought in the 13th century from Duke Bernard the Lightsome by the Knights Hospitaller descending from Calidus Fons (now Cieplice...
- thinking, but when he spoke, either seriously or facetiously, he had a lightsome and a very pleasant air; and indeed whatever he then did he performed...
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