(Blithe can mean carefree/lighthearted, or casual/showing a lack of due concern.) "The blithe atmosphere of the city was soon lost to the war." "He spoke with blithe ignorance of the true situation." "Her blithe manner seemed unusual given the desperate… Full Answer
"His blithe manner disguised a deep-seated fear of failure." "The blithe teenagers of the 1960s often became hapless parents themselves by the 1980s." "Watson still marveled at the blithe disregard Holmes had for deadly peril."
The cast of ParaNorman - 2012 includes: Casey Affleck as Mitch Tucker Albrizzi as Neil Steve Alterman as Blithe Hollow Townperson Kirk Baily as Blithe Hollow Townperson Ava Benavente as Blithe Hollow Townperson Jacob Bertrand as Blithe Hollow Townperson Tempestt… Full Answer
Master Sergeant Albert Blithe served as an infantryman in World War II and was one of the soldiers featured in Stephen Ambrose's Band of Brothers. However, although he was shot in 1944, he did not die in 1948 as reported… Full Answer