Blithe in a sentence

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blithe;

[adjective] seeming not to care or worry, heedless, cheerful,carefree;

She tried to remain blithe even though she had failed the test.

Algren looks at him, utterly surprised by his blithe attitude toward death.

Mark only laughed, angering me with his blithe reaction.

At other times he was quite blithe, spending hours practicing his golf swing in the corridor outside his office.

She had a child three or four years of age, well dressed, very blithe, and looking well fed.

The people who run the railroad system cannot be blithe about storms.