Merriness and Mirth

Merriness

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Merriness noun – A mood characterized by high spirits and amusement and often accompanied by laughter.
Usage example: I hate the forced merriness of so many New Year's Eve parties

Mirth and merriness are semantically related in gaiety topic. In some cases you can use "Mirth" instead a noun "Merriness", when it comes to topics like merriment, laughter.
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Mirth

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Mirth noun – A mood characterized by high spirits and amusement and often accompanied by laughter.
Usage example: as charming as your mutual mirth is, could you refrain from nudging each other and giggling during class?

Merriness and mirth are semantically related in merriment topic. You can use "Merriness" instead a noun "Mirth", if it concerns topics such as laughter.
Nearby Words: mirthful, mirthless, mirthfully, mirthlessly
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