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  1. Plural of mirth


  • 1845, William Bridge, "Christ in Travail", in The Works of the Rev. William Bridge, vol. III, page 273
    These are excellent things in regard of your mirths and recreations.
  • 1986, Paul R. Krugman, Strategic Trade Policy and the New International Economics, page 169
    I shall not tarry to examine the myths, mirths, and malice injected into the discussion of the subject by foreigners and by the Japanese themselves […].
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