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blithely

[ blahyth-lee, blahyth-lee ]
/ ˈblaɪð li, ˈblaɪθ li /
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adverb
without much thought, concern, or care:I blithely went ahead with my project without really considering the impact it would have on my career.
in a joyous or happy way; cheerfully or lightheartedly:Left to my own devices I would blithely live the rest of my days imagining new recipes and tweaking old ones.
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The rainy weather could not ________ my elated spirits on my graduation day.
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