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mirth

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishmirthmirth /mɜːθ $ mɜːrθ/ noun [uncountable]  literaryHAPPY happiness and laughter Her body began to shake with mirth.mirthful adjective
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mirthOur companions in this journey should be mirth, tranquillity and enthusiasm and we will never be bored.A wonderful, joyous mouth that could laugh and grin and smile in a hundred expressions of precious, life-giving mirth.Athelstan just glared at her but still she could not control her mirth.Anyway, fashions in mirth change.Lili was taken by a fit of mirth and lay with a cushion pressed to her nose.
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