Sprightly and lighthearted in disposition, character, or quality.(adjective)
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Use "jocund" in a sentence
""Glad" is from the Greek word for laughter, and the word "jocund" comes from a Latin term signifying "pleasant.""
"On the other hand, nine persons either could form no opinion or were entirely wrong, answering, "cunning leer," "jocund," "looking at an intense light," "looking at a distant object," &c."
"But Eve is described as "jocund" and "blithe" only when she is intoxicated by the mortal fruit of the tree; and the note of gaiety that is heard faintly, like a distant echo, in the earlier poems, is never sounded again by"