lighthearted; merry; cheerful:
a blithesome nature.
Historical Examples

The Modern Scottish Minstrel, Volume III Various
Mr. Incoul’s Misadventure Edgar Saltus
Of Walks and Walking Tours Arnold Haultain
The Cassowary Stanley Waterloo
The Red Debt Everett MacDonald
The Silent Barrier Louis Tracy
Ormond, Volume III (of 3) Charles Brockden Brown
Our Churches and Chapels Atticus
Merrie England In The Olden Time, Vol. 2 (of 2) George Daniel
Two Knapsacks John Campbell

(literary) cheery; merry


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