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Related to light-hearted: forthrightness, placating, reproachfully
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Synonyms for light-hearted

Synonyms for light-hearted

carefree and happy and lighthearted

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A BBC spokeswoman said: "Including Sweetie (Tian Tian) as one of the annual headline makers was a light-hearted addition to the list.
Swansea City chaplain Kevin Johns who has been writing light-hearted prayers to get the team to Wembley PICTURE: James Davies
Marketing director Dave Vallis explained: "With more and more people visiting our website to find out about our retirement properties nationwide, we wanted to include a topical element of light-hearted fun.
However, to combine his column in such a light-hearted way with the worrying time that Northern Rock customers are going through and to suggest that they are enjoying the situation they find themselves in, is truly offensive.
On July 30, however, The Times enlisted his comments for a light-hearted story on the "Senators-Only Elevator" at the U.
Featuring a light-hearted, easy-to-read, age-appropriate understanding of what happens in a divorce, Was It The Chocolate Pudding?
These games are meant to be seen in a light-hearted way and should be taken in this context.
From a dead 'peace duck' attached to a car which brings attention and respect where ever it roams to a journey to Disney World which proves less than magical, here's the perfect light-hearted take- along tote for vacation.
With a light-hearted touch, Shaw carefully navigates the complexity of teenage sexual identity through solid characters, a fun plot, and the age-old adage that what you are looking for may be right under your nose.
BodyVox, the good-humored, light-hearted company that straddles the line between pop culture and high art, returns to The Joyce November 15-20.
A remarkably light-hearted work by Botta, that master of the serious (and often portentous) architectural statement, shows his playful side which, as the most recent monograph shows, is not as reticent as it might sometimes seem (think for instance of his wonderful floating section of Borromini's San Carlo alle Quattro Fontane--AR February 2000).
Casini also resorts constantly to a mix between the sacred and the profane, irony and seriousness, with a preference for details that are sometimes light-hearted, sometimes macabre.
In addition to links to the flail text of the Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002 and corporate governance e-stops, CPAs who visit this light-hearted Web site can find a compliance checklist for nonprofits and charitable foundations, read cartoons and jokes and play the Jeopardy-style Sarbanes-Oxley game with categories including new disclosure and officer certification.
Canon Keith Corless carried out a light-hearted blessing service for labrador Saul and mongrel Foxy.
Moderation in speech, coupled with veracity, makes possible the urbane individual who is affable, likeable, light-hearted, and witty.