"Bulgari is for me the symbol of passion and of this vivid and colorful Roman gaiety," Bruni-Sarkozy said.
When he was not suffering he was full of life, and even of gaiety.
"Then they'll have to prove it to me," she corrected, her gaiety now a trifle forced.
The husbands, brothers, and lovers had come in, and the scene was redolent of gaiety.
Indeed she chid Margaret for her lack of gaiety upon such an occasion.
Her children were glad to get away from their home and find otherwhere the freedom and gaiety denied them there.
The place is something like the gaiety Theatre at Simla, enlarged twenty times.
"I know; I am very cross and disagreeable," said Cynthia, with a resolute assumption of gaiety.
There was a large amount of gaiety in the old villages in those days.
We were streaming with perspiration, but our gaiety increased, instead of diminishing, with the dangers.