Definition of blithe:
prosperous, joyful, delightful, smiling, unthinking, blissful, devil-may-care, unconcerned, lucky, rejoiced, mindless, boon, successful, rejoicing, irresponsible, exuberant, upbeat, buoyant, carefree, mirthful, slaphappy, gladsome, cheerful, joyous, alive, light, lighthearted, pleased, jocose, light-hearted, ill-considered, undiscriminating, debonair, content, insouciant, jolly, careful, bright, blessed, glad, felicitous, gleeful, impetuous, foolish, fortunate, eupeptic, winsome, happy-go-lucky, satisfied, rapturous, hasty, cheering, tripping, jocular, blithesome, dexterous, happy, laughing, sunny, delighted, shallow, jovial, jocund, canty, cheery, impulsive, contented, carefree, sprightly, lightsome, chipper, convivial, festive, merry, gay.
- "Kitty's Class Day And Other Stories", Louisa M. Alcott.
" If they are not all together soon, they may never be together on earth again; and it is far better that they should come home, and have a few blithe days to mind on afterward, than that their first home- coming should be to a home with the shadow of death upon it.- "Janet's Love and Service", Margaret M Robertson.
- "The Blue Flower, and Others", Henry van Dyke.