relievedly


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relievedly

(rɪˈliːvədlɪ)
adv
in a relieved manner
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Well, we've watched the miniseries' first installment, and can relievedly report that it wasn't a total turnoff.
With these observations Eagleton concludes that "those to whom the title of this book suggests that 'theory' is now over, and that we can all relievedly return to an age of pre-theoretical innocence, are in for a disappointment" (1).
With these observations in his mind, Eagleton concludes that "[t]hose to whom the title of this book suggests that 'theory' is now over, and that we can all relievedly return to an age of pre-theoretical innocence, are in for a disappointment" (1).