Definition of Light-mindedness
1. Noun. Inappropriate levity. "Her mood changed and she was all lightness and joy"
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Literary usage of Light-mindedness
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Court of the Tuileries from the Restoration to the Flight of Louis Philippe by Catherine Charlotte Jackson (1897)
"The Sin of light-mindedness. — The Governess and the Governor. — The Bourbon Temperament. — " Contes a Ma Fille." — M. Bouilly Presented to Madame. ..."
2. A Practical Dictionary of the English and German Languages by Felix Flügel (1874)
"1 lightness of foot; 2..й.ц. light-mindedness; ... —finn, ni. indiscretion; fickleness light-mindedness; frivolity, levity; want о seriousness; ..."
3. Putnam's Monthly (1907)
""It's only disguising light-mindedness," said Joe S. severely. "I don't stand for it." "Then there aint but one way left," said Lemuel, after a long silence ..."
4. Sophocles by Sophocles (1879)
"Donaldson well says that as wings express the light-mindedness of man, light-mindedness is here made an epithet of the winged birds. ..."