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- adj. Full of gaiety; joyous.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Gay; full of gayety; joyous.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Glad; joyous; joyful.
But he must have detected the iron-barb of vice beneath the mask of blitheful innocence, for, after a short deliberation, the trout turned and disappeared under the bank.
"We have been on an unsustainable track for a very long period of time and we have, in many ways, in a blitheful fashion, have ignored that reality," said Malloy, adding how the state needs to do what's necessary to put Connecticut "in a sustainable mode" with state employees.
Drink wine, and live here blitheful, while ye may:
Drink wine, and live here blitheful while ye may, II.