lightheartedly love


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  • adv. In a lighthearted manner, cheerfully, with joy.


from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License

lighthearted +‎ -ly


  • I signed my name lightheartedly and gave him the page.


  • I watched intently while my girlfriends chatted blithely, easily, lightheartedly about what seemed to me the most inane and innocuous of subjects: “Patty told Donna she saw Carrie with Jeff at the mall.”

    The Dark Side of Innocence

  • You should be representin' for our peeps, man, tweets Gabriele Marcotti - appealing to my patriotic sensibilities as an Italian as he wades lightheartedly into the Rodgers debate.

    Green Bay Packers 38 New York Giants 35 - as it happened | Paolo Bandini

  • It's certainly something you don't do lightheartedly.

    WSJ Transcript of RBI Interview

  • In an interview earlier this month, TMX Chief Executive Tom Kloet said lightheartedly that he should have signed up more banks as advisers, much as NYSE Euronext and Deutsche Börse did with their merger agreement this year.

    TMX, LSE Terminate Merger Deal

  • Written and directed by straight filmmaker Marcelo Lafitte, the film lightheartedly posits an enduring romance between a transvestite-maybe-transsexual hairdresser and his young bi-sexual lover who gets knocked up so they live together struggling to produce his drag show.

    Brad Balfour: A Very Brazilian Elvis & Madona Appears on The Festival Circuit

  • Sometimes other journalists and I said it lightheartedly, when Iraqi Airways pilots were the only ones willing to take off from Baghdad during thick sandstorms.

    Flying Iraqi Airways, on a wing and (especially) a prayer

  • DEAR AMY: I was upset by a reader's reference to "'vehicular Tourette's" and the fact that you embraced this reference so lightheartedly.

    Ask Amy

  • Roald began to anticipate the birth of his child almost as soon as it was conceived, and—with Pat barely six weeks pregnant—he lightheartedly imagined himself into the role of father.


  • Calm down, our professor-priest finally said, laughing lightheartedly.

    Crazy Loco Love


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