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EtymologyEdit

From spirit +‎ -some.

AdjectiveEdit

spiritsome (comparative more spiritsome, superlative most spiritsome)

  1. Characteristic of or possessing the qualities of a spirit; spiritlike.
    • 1876, Adeline Dutton Train Whitney, Sights and Insights:
      They kept rising upon us like that, all day; faint points and shapes, looming larger, bluer, surer, — but always so soft, so spiritsome!

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