joviality joviality


  1. (n) feeling jolly and jovial and full of good humor
  2. (n) a jovial nature



  1. A burly former police officer who positively beams with forced joviality, he supports President Vladimir Putin and believes the President shares some of his goals.
  2. But when his turn does come, there is none of that Boston Irish joviality seen in recent days as Kennedy toured South Texas for Barack Obama.
  3. Famed for joviality, hard work, long hours, he is a director in more than 40 corporations, often attends 16 meetings in one day, keeps four secretaries on the jump.


  • DEXTER: Dexter Daze poised for 2013 success

    DEXTER — If the joviality of the last Dexter Daze committee meeting is any indication, the 2013 Dexter Daze festival, which runs Aug. 9-10, should be a roaring success.
    on July 5, 2013     Source: The Dexter Leader


  1. "I just love that ballet," Villella says. "It's such a dichotomy -- it tears your heart out, and it's full of joviality."
    on Oct 20, 2009 By: Edward Villella Source:

  2. Sturrock, who ran the rule over Tonbridge Angels striker Jon Maine in the reserves 1-1 draw with Exeter, said: "I smelt it on Thursday, that kind of joviality that goes with a lack of attitude. I tried to stamp it out on Friday but too many of the...
    on Apr 30, 2007 By: Paul Sturrock Source: This is

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