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gaiety (n.)

"cheerfulness, mirth," 1630s, from French gaieté (Old French gaiete, 12c.), from gai "gay" (see gay). In the 1890s, in Britain, especially with reference to a London theater of that name, and the kind of musical shows and dancing girls it presented.

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Definitions of gaiety from WordNet

gaiety (n.)
a gay feeling;
Synonyms: merriment
gaiety (n.)
a festive merry feeling;
Synonyms: playfulness
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