blithe

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(dated or literary) Happy, cheerful
Indifferent, careless, showing a lack of concern

She had a blithe disregard of cultures outside the United States.

joyous
{a} gay, airy, merry, sprightly
{s} happy, carefree
lacking or showing a lack of due concern; "spoke with blithe ignorance of the true situation
carefree and happy and lighthearted; "was loved for her blithe spirit"; "a merry blithesome nature"; "her lighthearted nature"; "trilling songs with a lightsome heart"
Gay; merry; sprightly; joyous; glad; cheerful; as, a blithe spirit
disapproval You use blithe to indicate that something is done casually, without serious or careful thought. It does so with blithe disregard for best scientific practice. + blithely blithe·ly Your editorial blithely ignores the hard facts
Happy, cheerful
lacking or showing a lack of due concern; "spoke with blithe ignorance of the true situation"
blithely
In a kind manner
blithely
In a joyful, carefree manner
blither
to talk foolishly; to blather
blither
Comparative form of blithe: more blithe
blithely
happily, carelessly, lightheartedly
blithely
Without care, concern, or consideration
blithely
In a blithe manner
blithely
in a joyous manner; "they shouted happily"
blitheness
The state of being blithe
blitheness
The characteristic of being blithe
blitheness
{i} happiness, cheerfulness
blither
{f} blather, talk nonsense; talk in a silly manner
blither
{i} nonsense, nonsensical talk
blither
to talk foolishly; "The two women babbled and crooned at the baby"
blithest
superlative of blithe
blithe
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