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Use "lightsomeness" in a sentence
"There is about her a certain lightsomeness, a glow or flash almost Latin or oriental, or perhaps Celtic."
"We must reflect that, since the many forms of lives are movements — and so with the Intellections — they cannot be identical: there must be different lives, distinct intellections, degrees of lightsomeness and clarity: there must be firsts, seconds, thirds, determined by nearness to the Firsts."
"There was a chatter of voices in the drawing-room, a chatter of a lightsomeness that Henson had never heard before."