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Synonyms for blithe

Synonyms for blithe

free from care or worry

characterized by joyful exuberance

Synonyms for blithe

lacking or showing a lack of due concern

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carefree and happy and lighthearted

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We hope that, aside from Awra, the impersonation tilt has enough 'risk-taking' contestants to fully live up to and vivify its idea people's brightest, blithest and most far-out concepts.
an eminent scholar in his own right and an early champion of the groundbreaking "New History" movement, joins the Harvard faculty; the years growing up in a home full of politics and history, music and scintillating conversation, a home so routinely crowded with the blithest spirits and finest minds of academia that young Arthur initially mistakes the great western historian Bernard DeVoto for the family bootlegger.
They show him in an unexpected mood, and prove he knew perfectly well how to act the villano with the blithest of the frottola composers.
Assorted filmoids have been complaining that among its other faults, the film is a work of the blithest sexism.
He died immortally young at eighty-seven, and, until paralysis muted his laugh, was the blithest among us.