List of 426 Sets of Synonyms - How they Differ - Total of 2307 Words - 214

SYNONYMS: jolly, jovial, merry, blithe.
These adjectives mean feeling, showing, or marked by good humor and high spirits.

Jolly and jovial are especially associated with hearty, convivial good cheer: A jolly crowd attended the reunion. Her grandfather is a jovial old gentleman.
Merry suggests gaiety, animation, and love of fun: a peal of merry laughter.
Blithe implies buoyancy and freedom from care: His spirit was blithe and its fire unquenchable.

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