blithesomely

blithesome

[blahyth-suhm, blahyth-]
adjective
lighthearted; merry; cheerful: a blithesome nature.

Origin:
1715–25; blithe + -some1

blithesomely, adverb
blithesomeness, noun
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blithesome (ˈblaɪðsəm)
 
adj
literary cheery; merry
 
'blithesomely
 
adv
 
'blithesomeness
 
n

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blithesome
1724, from blithe + -some. An adj. from an adj
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