Blithe synonyms

blīth, blīth
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Willing; ready
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The definition of gay is someone or something bright or happy.
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Free from troubles or worry
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The definition of joyful is expressing delight or happiness.
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The definition of happy is someone or something that is feeling great pleasure or joy.
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Excellent.
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The definition of glad is feeling pleased, happy, satisfied or grateful.
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Full of jubilant delight; joyful.
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Exhibiting or occasioning happiness or mirth; cheerful:
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Marked by hearty conviviality and good cheer:
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The definition of joyous is feelings of great happiness or delight.
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Characterized by much activity or excitement:
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Marked by or offering fun, good feelings, and liveliness; festive:
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(Botany) Having a ray-like appearance, like the large marginal flowers of certain umbelliferous plants; said also of the cluster which has such marginal flowers.
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Full of life and animation
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Charming; inspiring trust and approval; especially if in an innocent manner.
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Unlucky; unfortunate
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Appearing sorrowful.
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Of a person, full of sorrow; exhibiting sorrow; sad; dejected; distressed; distraught.
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happy
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Easy and carefree in manner; jaunty; sprightly
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(Dated) Easily influenced by trifling considerations; unsteady; unsettled; volatile.
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Joyful, glad, taking pleasure in being alive. Not depressed or sad.
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The definition of blithesome is happy or lighthearted.
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The definition of boon is someone or something that is happy or friendly.
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Characterized by merry celebrating; festive:
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Sprightly and lighthearted in disposition, character, or quality.
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Full of, expressing, or causing mirth; merry
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Acting or working in a thoughtful, painstaking way
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Lighthearted; cheerful or merry
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Alternative spelling of lighthearted.
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Find another word for blithe. In this page you can discover 34 synonyms, antonyms, idiomatic expressions, and related words for blithe, like: cheerful, gay, carefree, joyful, happy, bonny, glad, gleeful, jocular, jolly and jovial.