cheerfulness


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a condition of supreme well-being and good spirits

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At a small heritage centre nearby on Gartan Lough I discovered Brigid's Prayer: I would like a lake of ale for the King of Kings, I should like the household of heaven to be there, drinking it for eternity, I should like cheerfulness to be in there drinking, I should like Jesus here also.
I've nothing but admiration for their hard work and cheerfulness at some of the lower paid jobs.
He epitomised a Royal Marine in all his qualities, especially his cheerfulness in adversity.
Some drivers think they have a god-given right to have customers, but all my fares are met with cheerfulness and respect.
That said, it was his cheerfulness, elegance and incredible dancing that made him the winner on the night.
Her cheerfulness and contribution to life at the school will be greatly missed.
Extremely well respected, he approached all his duties with tremendous levels of enthusiasm, displaying a positive attitude and ready cheerfulness.
Her astonishing bravery and cheerfulness have moved her mother and stepfather to dedicate the rest of their lives to raising money for cancer charities.
The definition of gay used to be: ``showing or characterized by cheerfulness and lighthearted excitement; merry.
His cheerfulness and fighting spirit served as a rallying point for all those who heard of his struggle.
The reason for this cheerfulness is that `the built environment professions are witnessing the gradual dawn of .
The paintings g from cheerfulness to black-holey abandonment.
Meanwhile, Kali, a 20-year-old singer, has Williams syndrome, a rare genetic disorder that causes development problems, but is characterised by cheerfulness and strong language skills.
It was funny and he was brave - it's awful doing those scenes, but he did it with cheerfulness and alacrity," the Mirror quoted Nighy as saying.
The company said that Mrs Halewood "was well known to many Halewood customers and friends for her cheerfulness and good humour".