Definition of Cheerfulnesses

1. cheerfulness [n] - See also: cheerfulness



Lexicographical Neighbors of Cheerfulnesses

cheer on
cheer up
cheere
cheered
cheerer
cheerer-upper
cheerers
cheerest
cheereth
cheerful
cheerfull
cheerfuller
cheerfullest
cheerfully
cheerfulness
cheerfulnesses
cheerie-bye
cheerier
cheeriest
cheerily
cheeriness
cheerinesses
cheering
cheeringly
cheerio
cheerios
cheerishness
cheerlead
cheerleaded
cheerleader

Literary usage of Cheerfulnesses

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Essays on the Greek Christian Poets and the English Poets by Elizabeth Barrett Browning (1864)
"They two are alike in their cheerfulness, yet are their cheerfulnesses most unlike. Each poet laughs : yet their laughters ring with as far a difference as ..."

2. The Greek Christian Poets and the English Poets by Elizabeth Barrett Browning (1863)
"They two are alike in their cheerfulness, yet are their cheerfulnesses most unlike. Each poet laughs: yet their laughters ring with as far a difference as ..."

3. Fraser's Magazine by Thomas Carlyle (1856)
"The room was bright and pleasant ; she had brought into it all those cheerfulnesses which can alleviate the long-to-be-endured suffering from which all ..."

4. The Gentle Life: Essays in Aid of the Formation of Character by James Hain Friswell (1870)
"But the married know that ours is a day of small things; small sacrifices daily performed without a murmur; small cheerfulnesses, good-temper, ..."

5. The Book of the Poets by Elizabeth Barrett Browning (1877)
"They two are alike in their cheerfulness, yet are their cheerfulnesses most unlike. Each poet laughs: yet their laughters ring with as far a difference as ..."

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