jolliness

[ UK /d‍ʒˈɒlinəs/ ]
NOUN
  1. feeling jolly and jovial and full of good humor
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How To Use jolliness In A Sentence

  • It entails boy's-adventure jolliness, raffish character comedy, social satire, dialect humor, maybe-metaphorical farce, a parody of morbidly sentimental verse. Books on Southern Humor
  • The air inside the pub was dense and suffocating, thick with sweat and laughter, jolliness engulfing and eating away at everything in the room.
  • I wanted to ask Mr. Scott since he's always so jolly and happy that if people see him with his jolliness.
  • I am sad to admit I kinda dig this for the whimsical jolliness aspect. Regretsy – Regretsy Math
  • This arrangement was very satisfactory to all parties, and Blanche remarked that, apart from the "jolliness" of being together, she would have an easy time, because, as Marjory was an invalid, there could be no scoldings. Hunter's Marjory A Story for Girls
  • Instead, she was all jolliness and bounciness and big smiles.
  • By the end of lunch, the conversation had put back on its veneer reflection of gaiety and jolliness.
  • The wooden floor is buffed to a cherry-red shine that lends a little jolliness.
  • Presented by old hand Angus Deayton, it was a jolly listen, with most of the jolliness provided by Miles Jupp's dad, who gave the answers for Miles's round, and Rufus Hound, who has quite the most infectious chuckle on radio. Rewind radio: The Archers; Victoria Derbyshire; Keys and Gray; It's Your Round – review
  • Instead, she was all jolliness and bounciness and big smiles.
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