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blithe
used in Oliver Twist

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carefree and happy — often unaware of or ignoring something that should be of concern
  • There was such peace and beauty in the scene; so much of brightness and mirth in the sunny landscape; such blithesome music in the songs of the summer birds; such freedom in the rapid flight of the rook, careering overhead; so much of life and joyousness in all; that, when the boy raised his aching eyes, and looked about, the thought instinctively occurred to him, that this was not a time for death; that Rose could surely never die when humbler things were all so glad and gay; that...
    Chapter 33 — Wherein the Happiness of Oliver and His Friends, Experiences.... (82% in)

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