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jaunty
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Gone with the Wind
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  • They marched in good order, jaunty for all their rags, their torn red battle flags flying in the rain.
  • But as she hurried toward the incensed group, she saw Rhett bow jauntily and start toward the doorway through the crowd.
  • There were graybeards older than her father trying to step jauntily along in the needlefine rain to the rhythm of the fife and drum corps.
  • Scarlett shivered as she watched him run down the walk to the carriage, his saber glinting in the feeble winter sunlight, the fringe of his sash dancing jauntily.
  • In the militia, there were many middle-aged men and some older men but there was a fair sprinkling of men of military age who did not carry themselves quite so jauntily as their elders or their juniors.
  • He was dirty and unshaven and without a cravat but somehow jaunty despite his dishabille, and his dark eyes were snapping joyfully at the sight of her.
  • "Why?" he laughed jauntily.

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  • She walks with a jaunty step.
  • There’s a jaunty optimism in her nature.

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