mirthfully


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mirth·ful

 (mûrth′fəl)
adj.
1. Full of gladness and merriment.
2. Characterized by or expressing gladness and merriment: a warm, tender, and mirthful movie.

mirth′ful·ly adv.
mirth′ful·ness n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adv.1.mirthfully - in a joyous mannermirthfully - in a joyous manner; "they shouted happily"
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The peasants had all got up from the cart and were inquisitively and mirthfully staring at the meeting of the friends, making their comments on it.
Then all shouted mirthfully, and leaped about the room.
Well," she said mirthfully, "my aunt is a hundred and fifty.
Summary: He laughed mirthfully, but I think it was at my dodgy Tamil accent .
theater director Oldroyd says mirthfully of his first feature, "Lady Macbeth," a starkly sensual adaptation of Russian author Nikolai Leskov's 1865 novella "Lady Macbeth of Mtsensk He succeeded.
Gone are the days when Indian mothers used to mirthfully praise their sons in front of the bridegroom's family, claiming that " Beta Maggi banasaktahai"( Son can cook maggi), giving them the assurance that the girl would not have to starve, when she is down with fever.
Pye comments that "Henry mirthfully insinuates that his conquest will simply make him the passive victim of a homoerotic capture.
He mirthfully recommended "impatient patience" as a virtue with regard to the ecumenical process in general.
An independent adjusting firm CEO in the Northeast charged that too many companies are using the economy as the proverbial scapegoat to strip away benefits, while an independent adjuster in the Southwest with 14 years of experience mirthfully retorted that the profession was great if one is "extremely knowledgeable, competent, and willing to work 65+ hours a week to service their insureds, live away from home for weeks on end, and do whatever it takes to get the job done.