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Use "blitheness" in a sentence
"To serve, one cannot avoid that; but to serve with blitheness, that is the secret."
"Nowhere does she illustrate the spirit of blitheness which is put forth by her name, and only once does she allude to it."
"With Cornelius, in fact, it was nothing less than the joy which Dante apprehended in the blessed spirits of the perfect, the outward semblance of which, like a reflex of physical light upon human faces from "the land which is very far off," we may trace from Giotto onward to its consummation in the work of Raphael -- the serenity, the  durable cheerfulness, of those who have been indeed delivered from death, and of which the utmost degree of that famed "blitheness" of the Greeks had been but a transitory gleam, as in careless and wholly superficial youth."