SYNONYMS FOR lighthearted
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OTHER WORDS FROM lightheartedlight·heart·ed·ly, adverblight·heart·ed·ness, noun
Example sentences from the Web for lighthearted
The musical itself was lighthearted fun for a younger, Gen Z crowd.This Week in Apps: Apple bans party app, China loses 39K iOS games, TikTok births a ‘Ratatousical’|Sarah Perez|January 2, 2021|TechCrunch
From recipes for nonalcoholic alternatives to tips on how to enlist friends to support the effort, it’s a lighthearted look at a serious undertaking.For the new year, an easy-to-sip guide that helps you abstain from alcohol for a month — or longer|Erin Blakemore|January 2, 2021|Washington Post
Catania’s lighthearted yet informative narrative presents science in a way that’s easy for anyone with a basic knowledge of biology to understand.‘Great Adaptations’ unravels mysteries of amazing animal abilities|Erin Garcia de Jesus|October 12, 2020|Science News
I really wanted to make this lighthearted and fun, because that’s what we’re known for, from the show I’m on.Tan France Goes Deep on Racism and When He Almost Quit ‘Queer Eye’|Eugene Robinson|September 3, 2020|Ozy
It’s become a lighthearted affair, and the only gravestones it shows up on are of the Halloween decoration variety.
These scenes bring out a strange lightheartedness you would not expect going into a film with such a heady synopsis.'Rosewater' Review: Jon Stewart's Clumsy but Earnest Directorial Debut|Alex Suskind|September 9, 2014|DAILY BEAST
But despite our lightheartedness, the list started to carry too much weight for too many people.
Perhaps to counterweight the Sturm und Drang of the script, there was considerable laughter and lightheartedness on the set.
He looked harassed, and had lost the old lightheartedness of three years ago.Katharine Frensham|Beatrice Harraden
A little more lightheartedness would render me the happiest being under the sun.The Sorrows of Young Werther|J.W. von Goethe
Though so long in this country, he had all the simplicity and childlike lightheartedness which belong to the Old World's people.Pages From an Old Volume of Life|Oliver Wendell Holmes, Sr.
And what a boon is lightheartedness when there is work to do!
And lightheartedness is of every age, from seven to seventy-seven and perhaps beyond it.