Women,” Gore says, “have been socialized really differently with happiness and cheerfulness and our place in the world.
Oppose Sotomayor, if you will, on her legal opinions, not on her credentials or cheerfulness.
She was known for her positivity, cheerfulness, and sweet demeanor.
Women," Gore says, "have been socialized really differently with happiness and cheerfulness and our place in the world.
Unsavoury as it is below, there is cheerfulness, and comfort, and hard, honest work above.
His cheerfulness was all gone, and he looked old and pinched and ashy.
However, there was no immediate need for his cheerfulness, for Cis had quieted.
But there is no cheerfulness that rules for long in the face of certain sinister aspects of nature.
It is the best I have to offer her,—the cheerfulness of my family; and that of which she has least at home.
I saw laws like those of the old laws of England, every where obeyed with cheerfulness and held in veneration.