Definition of blithesome in English:

blithesome

adjective

literary
  • See blithe

    • ‘Her arm extended, she pointed for the Captain who sat slumped, once strong authority already deteriorating to blithesome foolishness.’
    • ‘From this it may be concluded that she eventually found that quiet domestic happiness which her cheerful, blithesome character required.’
    • ‘The careless, blithesome opening line of the twelfth stanza, already quoted, is in such bold contrast to the sad closing line of the next stanza.’
    • ‘The transition is from shadowy evil to the clearest and most blithesome benevolence.’

Pronunciation

blithesome

/ˈblʌɪðs(ə)m/