beamingly


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beamingly

(ˈbiːmɪŋlɪ)
adv
in a beaming manner
References in classic literature ?
Lorry, beamingly adjusting his little wig, "that seems probable, too.
Skimpole, looking beamingly at us over a glass of wine-and-water, "and am constantly being bailed out--like a boat.
On Friday evenings the big, fire-lighted livingroom was crowded by callers and echoed to endless jest and laughter, while Aunt Jamesina smiled beamingly on them all.
Ah, sealed orders," the Ancient Mariner went on beamingly.
The climate there agrees with him," she added, beamingly, as if poor MacWhirr had been away touring in China for the sake of his health.
Wonderful was the way in which she would store up the City Intelligence, and beamingly shed it upon John in the course of the evening; incidentally mentioning the commodities that were looking up in the markets, and how much gold had been taken to the Bank, and trying to look wise and serious over it until she would laugh at herself most charmingly and would say, kissing him: 'It all comes of my love, John dear.
Yours beamingly Alex Jones DEAR ALEX WHAT I would do is get a job on a really massive primetime TV programme.
So it's not such a surprise when you ask her about her love-life and she beamingly confesses: "There is someone.
Two-year-old Jamie has been delighting us for many months now by clasping both his hands to his head, waiting for all around to copy him, then beamingly leading a round of applause.
It was great feeling and honour being part of history-making team as we beat South Africans in front of their home conditions and crowd," 26-year-old Karachi-born Pathan, said, beamingly.