blithe definition

  • adjective:
    • Carefree and lighthearted.
    • Lacking or showing insufficient due concern; informal: spoke with blithe lack of knowledge regarding the real situation.
    • successful, cheerful.
    • Indifferent, reckless, showing insufficient concern.
    • Gay; merry; sprightly; joyous; glad; cheerful.
    • lacking or showing too little due issue
    • carefree and delighted and lighthearted
    • Carefree and lighthearted.
    • Lacking or showing deficiencies in due concern; everyday: talked with blithe lack of knowledge associated with real situation.
    • Pleased, cheerful.
    • Indifferent, reckless, showing too little concern.
    • Gay; merry; sprightly; joyous; happy; cheerful.
    • lacking or showing a lack of due concern
    • carefree and pleased and lighthearted
  • others:
    • Kind; kindly. Levins (1570).
    • happy; merry; joyous; sprightly; mirthful; homosexual: in colloquial only use in Scotland: as, “i am blithe to see you.“
    • Characterized by or high in enjoyment; gladsome: said of things.
    • Synonyms Cheerful, light-hearted, elated, buoyant.
    • become blithe or merry.
    • to create blithe; gladden.
    • Kindly.
    • Gladly; blithely.
    • Kind; kindly. Levins (1570).
    • Glad; merry; joyous; sprightly; mirthful; gay: in colloquial use only in Scotland: as, “I'm blithe to see you.“
    • described as or packed with satisfaction; gladsome: stated of things.
    • Synonyms Cheerful, light-hearted, elated, buoyant.
    • is blithe or merry.
    • to produce blithe; gladden.
    • Kindly.
    • Gladly; blithely.
  • noun:
    • A blithe one.
    • Kindness; good might; benefit.
    • Gladness; pleasure.
    • A blithe one.
    • Kindness; good might; favor.
    • Gladness; delight.

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