adjective, blith·er, blith·est.
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Sadly, Republicans—who have repeatedly slammed Obama for this kind of blithe incoherence—are not immune to the same disorder.
I missed Don's chiseled mug and Roger's blithe wisecracks and Peggy's prickly chutzpah.Mad Men’s Dramatic Déjà Vu: ‘Time Zones’ Feels Redundant|Andrew Romano|April 14, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Flashing a smug grin while throwing up your collective shoulders in blithe befuddlement should convince absolutely no one.
But by all accounts he was a rather blithe spirit: witty, intelligent, a wonderful dancer, and a talented mimic.The Professor and the Doomsday Clock: ‘A Confederacy of Dunces’ & Signs of John Kennedy Toole’s Suicide|Cory MacLauchlin|December 17, 2012|DAILY BEAST
It might seem blithe to compare American poverty to its Indian counterpart.Katherine Boo and Adrian Nicole LeBlanc Both Write on Insurmountable Poverty|Dana Goldstein|February 27, 2012|DAILY BEAST
She was in a blithe—and happy mood that morning—the reaction from her yesterday's distress of mind.St. Martin's Summer|Rafael Sabatini
By some trick of the imagination I have always thought of Canada as the blithe spirit that haunted my childhood.The Affable Stranger|Peter McArthur
From some distance away came back a blithe answer: "Here, Doctor Burns!"Red Pepper Burns|Grace S. Richmond
But Reuben had leaped to the conquest, and carried a blithe heart with him.
"It's—it's 'Hail to thee, blithe spirit—bird thou never wert,'" said Denny.The Wouldbegoods|E. Nesbit