Definition of mirthful:
fortunate, shady, blithesome, zippy, preposterous, jocose, festal, nonsensical, suspect, humorous, idiotic, buoyant, delighted, cockeyed, gay, rum, joyous, odd, glad, comical, risible, humourous, brisk, lively, alert, braw, suspicious, convivial, amusing, cheery, felicitous, sprightly, cheerful, laughable, prosperous, boon, homophile, delightful, blithe, comic, blissful, sunny, snappy, funny, spanking, peculiar, ridiculous, curious, jovial, merry, fishy, singular, joyful, successful, happy, cheering, diverting, gleeful, blessed, rejoiced, derisory, pleased, amusive, rattling, brave, bright, absurd, laughing, jocund, dexterous, jolly, jocular, lucky, rummy, rejoicing, ludicrous, rapturous, smiling, festive.
- "Haydn", J. Cuthbert Hadden.
He had the same mirthful, social temperament which she had: the thoughtless, childish, pleasure- loving quality, which they had in common, had been the root of their sin; and was now the instrument of their suffering.- "Hetty's Strange History", Anonymous.
- "Peggy Owen and Liberty", Lucy Foster Madison.