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Lightsome

[LIHYT-səm]

Part of speech: adjective

Origin: Middle English, early 15th century

1.

Merry and carefree.

2.

Gracefully nimble.

Examples of Lightsome in a sentence

"Maryann had a lightsome spirit that drew people to her."

"The dancers in this production are lightsome in their movements."

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