mirth

Part of speech: noun

Merriment; jollity; fun.

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Usage examples "mirth":

  1. He liked mirth to sound like mirth. - "Rose MacLeod", Alice Brown.
  2. At Tommy’ s door there were no loud sounds of mirth, and, opening it quietly, Dorothy entered, the man behind. - "Dorothy Dale in the City", Margaret Penrose.
  3. An angel, forming the appearance of a hand, and writing the king's condemnation on the wall, checked their mirth, and filled them with terror. - "The Grammar of English Grammars", Goold Brown.