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Adjective
  1. (nonce word) Radiantly beaming; happy; cheerful.
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Beamish is one of the best-known names in classical music, and Britain's most prolific composer of concertos.
Beneath my smiling, beamish, seemingly vacant manner there is hidden an ardent and effective note-taker.
Just as beamish were the Greek election winners, the royalist Populist Party, led by Foreign Minister Constantin Tsaldaris.
He is one of those beamish young men of whom England and the U. S. were so full in the early, hearty days of the English Speaking Union.
Paliser, in producing Mrs. beamish, had also produced the programme.
Sally Beamish was born in London and could read and write music by the age of four.

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