LIGHTHEARTED: Synonyms and Related Words. What is Another Word for LIGHTHEARTED?

Need another word that means the same as “lighthearted”? Find 4 synonyms and 30 related words for “lighthearted” in this overview.

The synonyms of “Lighthearted” are: blithe, blithesome, light-hearted, lightsome

Lighthearted as an Adjective

Definitions of "Lighthearted" as an adjective

According to the Oxford Dictionary of English, “lighthearted” as an adjective can have the following definitions:

  • Carefree and happy and lighthearted.

Synonyms of "Lighthearted" as an adjective (4 Words)

blitheHappy or carefree.
A blithe disregard for the rules of the road.
blithesomeCarefree and happy and lighthearted.
A merry blithesome nature.
light-heartedCarefree and happy and lighthearted.
lightsomeGracefully nimble.
Trilling songs with a lightsome heart.

Usage Examples of "Lighthearted" as an adjective

  • Her lighthearted nature.

Associations of "Lighthearted" (30 Words)

affabilityThe quality of having a friendly and good-natured manner.
An air of benign affability.
amiabilityA disposition to be friendly and approachable (easy to talk to.
His good natured amiability.
barrackLodge in barracks.
The granary in which the platoons were barracked.
blitheCarefree and happy and lighthearted.
A blithe disregard for the rules of the road.
bluffThe act of bluffing in poker deception by a false show of confidence in the strength of your cards.
They bluffed their way past the sentries.
brisknessLiveliness and eagerness.
buoyantAble or tending to keep afloat or rise to the top of a liquid or gas.
The conference ended with the party in a buoyant mood.
cheerfulBeing full of or promoting cheer; having or showing good spirits.
A cheerful room.
cheerfulnessThe quality or state of being noticeably happy and optimistic.
Her brand of hearty cheerfulness.
condoneExcuse, overlook, or make allowances for; be lenient with.
The college cannot condone any behaviour that involves illicit drugs.
disregardThe action or state of paying no attention to something.
The body of evidence is too substantial to disregard.
exceptTake exception to.
Five classes of advertisement are excepted from control.
extrovertRelating to denoting or typical of an extrovert.
His extrovert personality made him the ideal host.
extrovertedAt ease in talking to others.
She is extroverted confident and gives rousing lectures.
genialityA disposition to be friendly and approachable (easy to talk to.
He was endowed with geniality and good humour.
heartyProviding abundant nourishment.
Jim goes for a long walk to work up a hearty appetite for dinner.
hilarityBoisterous merriment.
His incredulous expression was the cause of much hilarity.
ignoreBe ignorant of or in the dark about.
The rules ignore one important principle of cricket.
joyfulFull of high-spirited delight.
A joyful heart.
neglectThe trait of neglecting responsibilities and lacking concern.
He neglects his children.
omitLeave out or exclude (someone or something), either intentionally or forgetfully.
He was omitted from the second Test.
optimismHopefulness and confidence about the future or the success of something.
The talks had been amicable and there were grounds for optimism.
optimisticExpecting the best in this best of all possible worlds.
Took an optimistic view.
overlookIgnore or disregard (something, especially a fault or offence.
They told them they were overlooked by some unlucky Person.
repulseBe repellent to; cause aversion in.
His evasion of her scheme had been another repulse.
scoffSpeak to someone or about something in a scornfully derisive or mocking way.
Scoffs of disbelief.
smilingSmiling with happiness or optimism.
Smiling groves and terraces.
snubA refusal to recognize someone you know.
The snub was clearly intentional.
unconcernedLacking in interest or care or feeling.
Blithely unconcerned about his friend s plight.
upbeatAn unaccented beat (especially the last beat of a measure.
He was upbeat about the company s future.

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