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  • v  to talk foolishly
  • s  lacking or showing a lack of due concern
  • s  carefree and happy and lighthearted

  • He plays, dines, dances and drinks with the blither young spirits of Mayfairthe social "Mugs" as he has called them.
  • Lady Mary is, blithe and blither, on her way.
  • The blither spirits of Boston University (enrollment: 10,979) took a leaf from Harvard's book of etiquet and saluted the Northeastern parade with showers of eggs, ice, vegetables.

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