gleefulness


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glee·ful

 (glē′fəl)
adj.
Full of jubilant delight; joyful.

glee′ful·ly adv.
glee′ful·ness n.
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Noun1.gleefulness - great merrimentgleefulness - great merriment      
gaiety, merriment - a gay feeling

gleefulness

noun
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Anglicanism, it thinks it can win errant sheep back to the fold with entertainment, comfy chairs, informality and glued-on gleefulness at our wondrous world.