Definition of Beamish

1. Adjective. Smiling with happiness or optimism. "A round red twinkly Santa Claus"

Exact synonyms: Smiling, Twinkly
Similar to: Cheerful
Derivative terms: Smiling, Twinkle



Definition of Beamish

1. Adjective. Radiantly beaming; happy; cheerful. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Beamish

1. cheerful [adj] - See also: cheerful

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Beamish

beamer
beamers
beames
beamformer
beamformers
beamforming
beamful
beamier
beamiest
beamily
beaminess
beaming
beaming up
beamingly
beamings
beamish (current term)
beamishly
beamless
beamlet
beamlets
beamlike
beamline
beamlines
beampattern
beampatterns
beams
beams up
beamsome
beamspace
beamsplitter

Literary usage of Beamish

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1. The Monthly Review by Charles William Wason (1841)
"beamish first gives us in this volume a sketch of the rise, eminence, ... Still the Sagas and other manuscripts, which Mr. beamish has collected, ..."

2. A Genealogical and Heraldic Dictionary of the Landed Gentry of Great Britain by Sir Bernard Burke (1862)
"TUE LATE ARTHUR beamish-BERNARD, Esq., of Palace Anne, co. Cork, the Lead of the beamish family, assumed the surname and arms of BERNARD on succeeding to ..."

3. Reports of Cases Argued and Determined in the English Courts of Common Law by Great Britain Bail Court (1871)
"By a marri<igo-set- tlement made by indentures of lease and release of this date, the release being between Adderly beamish of the first part, Fanny Bernard ..."

4. The Dictionary of National Biography by Sidney Lee (1908)
"J. :\TB beamish, NORTH LUDLOW (1797-1872), military writer and antiquary, was the son of William beamish, Esq., of Beaumont House, со. ..."

5. Reports of Cases Argued and Determined in the High Court of Chancery During by Edward Burtenshaw Sugden, Thomas Jones, Ireland High Court of Chancery, Edmond Digges La Touche (1848)
"beamish. The bill further set forth that the Master made his report - 1 ... 5d., being the sum reported due by him, the said John beamish, as and for mesne ..."

6. The Elements of Jurisprudence by Thomas Erskine Holland (1886)
"... clothed with an official character, received at Rome a deference similar to 1 1 Comm. 69. 2 On Decisions of the House of Lords, see beamish v. beamish ..."

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