jovially

[ UK /d‍ʒˈə‍ʊvɪəli/ ]
ADVERB
  1. in a jovial manner
    he greeted his friend jovially
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How To Use jovially In A Sentence

  • We jovially washed down the meal with a few nips of Irish Cream.
  • And at this point, I'll jovially join in and roll my eyes at my own sloth and indolence.
  • During one of my mandatory exercise periods on the ward, I saw a man in plaid pants and an orange shirt holding jovially one-sided conversations with everybody who walked past. 365 tomorrows » 2009 » May : A New Free Flash Fiction SciFi Story Every Day
  • he greeted his friend jovially
  • No problem," he said jovially.
  • A moth slowly fluttered in an erratic circle around her, dancing jovially.
  • A glamorous adventure-woman, she was pictured in sepia photos wearing all manner of dapper outfits: grinningly flying planes and sailing sloops; giggling atop tall mountains; grimacing in thickest jungle; and jovially smoking pipes while waving swords and spears of all sizes. Unearthly Asylum
  • Maria began to laugh jovially, as though this was all just a jape.
  • I jovially implied that the money would be far better spent in a place like war ravaged Sudan.
  • There was a candelabrum with soft, red coloured candles in the middle of the elegant, circular table, its flames dancing jovially and lighting Eliza's lovely face in its warm splendor.
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