The mirth is misleading, as are the soft features of the baby-faced Surkov.
His voice is quiet, melodic, and often tinged with an undercurrent of mirth.
The mirth came from imagining how he would twist the Tet Offensive, which was under way, into “progress.”
That's better than Germany, France and even Brazil, where mirth is nearly a religion.
But it was the rider, even more than the burro, that excited their mirth.
There rejoice at our success, and toy away an hour in mirth.
They both laughed, but Joel had a note of envy in his mirth.
It was not this mirth of despair; nor yet that of carelessness; nor yet that of defiance.
Also, a Treatise of Witches in general, conducive to mirth and recreation.
He felt abashed and humiliated, very little inclined to mirth.