beaming

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Synonyms for beaming

cheerful and bright

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pleased and proud

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radiating or as if radiating light

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There was the beamingly lovely chap who came up to me at the end and thanked me for leading him in: we hugged like long-lost brother and sister, full of happiness because we'd both been through it.
Except, of course, for dear Philip Harben, Benny Hill came up with a matchless series of sketches, delivering a devastating impersonation of Fanny at her bitchiest best, the lady of the manor telling the peasants how to serve soup while constantly attacking the beamingly bibulous Johnnie, played by his wonderful sidekick Bob Todd.
Thankfully, the waiter turned up with a lively jaunt in his quickstep and beamingly presented us with our starters, which raised the flag.
The domestic tension - understated, unstated - following him to work each day and wrapping itself around him like formal office attire - sombre grey or charcoal black - while he smiled beamingly outwardly for everyone - colleagues, superiors; indulged in sport, attended parties, engagements, drank coffee, or something mildly stronger, and puffed the odd chummy cigarette with a mate when a promotion didn't come his way.
It is a well established quiddity of gentle old ladies and beamingly mild and harmless vicars that they savour the fictive horrors of murder most foul--on paper.
Feeling guilty--but also beamingly proud of the pharmacy for putting patient care ahead of economics--I accepted this $500 package and sent it on to Mr.
First to the child's needs and the young waitress - who beamingly and understandingly revealed that she too has an 18 month old - quickly reassured the parents that simple, non spicy fayre could be provided for Dyzio, as he is nicknamed in Warsaw.
After the charming valet handed over my key, he took my bags and beamingly escorted me to my car.
God has blessed us with many more people than we anticipated," was how one employee beamingly put it, which, you must admit, forestalls any further criticism.
The president hugged her as he stepped to the lectern, and she beamingly patted his back with her right hand.
We might also like to remember that, when Ken Clarke beamingly announced this week that he is freezing the single- parent allowance, it is Alice and her boys.