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But after that his fiction had another kind of mirthfulness.
However, the same image viewed from a distance gives an expression of mirthfulness.
A few of the men only remained silent, deliberately holding aloof from the renewed mirthfulness.
But it was as much a release of tensions that had been accumulating, as the mirthfulness of the situation.
It is true that on such occasions he was not conspicuous for any special mirthfulness; but his good-humour had always been somewhat subdued in character.
Amid that delicious weather and in that home of peace Janet began to recapture her usual mirthfulness.
As personified by Mr. Donnelly, a boring man is raised to a height of mirthfulness.
And the thoughts were mirthful too--a great, mellow, philosophic mirthfulness.
He was not much given to mirthfulness, but then, I suppose, he was not often treated to so comic a spectacle.
The thoughts, too, that run around the ring of familiar guests have a piquancy and mirthfulness, and oftentimes a vivid truth, which more rarely find their way into the elaborate intercourse of dinner.
The spirit of mirthfulness which one associates with the name certainly ran riot in the boy, but it was a twisted wayward sort of mirth of which Francesca herself could seldom see the humorous side.
So we went upon deck again in high spirits; and there, everything was in such a state of bustle and active preparation, that the blood quickened its pace, and whirled through one's veins on that clear frosty morning with involuntary mirthfulness.
"That Unger's best society would be a place of playfulness and laughter is, however, only implicit in Passion, and Unger's failure to describe the mirthfulness of the world of love exemplifies the speculative tone that marks the central failure of the work as a whole."
Harry Cavendish calls the novel "possibly ... the author's most breezily amusing venture into fictionizing classical lore," in which "[c]omic opera attacks and nocturnal ambushes abound ... There obviously is a lot of fictional hocus-pocus in all this, but there's also a shimmering mirthfulness in the writing."