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Synonyms for joyfully

in a joyous and gleeful manner

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And then they began to work harder than ever and more joyfully.
The men, who, like most of their description, were fond of enterprise and detested inaction, went joyfully to the scene of danger as they were commanded, and thus the charge of Ivanhoe was transferred to Urfried, or Ulrica.
He consented joyfully, but before they were married, the young girl changed my wife into a hind, and it is she whom you see before you.
The children, who saw someone coming in the distance, thought it was their dear father coming to them, and sprang to meet him very joyfully.
The young man joyfully agreed, and on the first of April, 1871, crossed the line and became for the remainder of his life an American.
Give him a bow, and find a full sheath of arrows for Little John," said Robin joyfully.
Having scrutinised the house from top to bottom, he rubbed his hands, a broad smile overspread his features, and he said joyfully, "This is just what I wanted
But Ripple would not break the promise she had made, and besought so earnestly, and with such pleading words, that the Queen at last with sorrow gave consent, and Ripple joyfully prepared to go.
Such, in two words, was the woof of petty interests and petty conspiracies which united Blois with Orleans and Orleans with Paris; and which was about to bring into the last named city, where she was to produce so great a revolution, the poor little La Valliere, who was far from suspecting, as she returned joyfully, leaning on the arm of her mother, for what a strange future she was reserved.
And I shall get my brains," added the Scarecrow joyfully.
He led her to his kingdom where he was joyfully received, and they lived for a long time afterwards, happy and contented.
But now Ojo rushed up and threw his arms joyfully about his uncle, and the old man hugged his little nephew tenderly and stroked his hair and wiped away the boy's tears with a handkerchief, for Ojo was crying from pure happiness.
First of all Jerry needs must joyfully sniff him and joyfully wag his tail.
Everywhere the people turned out to greet their beloved Ozma, and to hail joyfully the Scarecrow, the Tin Woodman and the Cowardly Lion, who were popular favorites.
To it she had come back joyfully after all her absences; at its window she had knelt through that night of bitter agony when she believed Gilbert dying, and by it she had sat in speechless happiness the night of her betrothal.