joyously joyously


  • (adv) in a joyous and gleeful manner



  1. All of the above, consolidated into an irrational groupthink and pressurized by a joyously catty media.
  2. They were simple love songs that told simple stories, often in joyously happy or heartbreakingly sad ways.
  3. Soon telephones were jangling joyously all over Delhi.


  1. Helen Elizabeth Furr

    Helen Elizabeth Furr joyously celebrated her 100th birthday on Sunday with family and friends. Helen was born on June 11, 1913 in Okmulgee, Okla.
    on June 16, 2013     Source: Tulsa World

  2. The Rail: Surprises Add Luster to a Season Without a Crown

    Instead of being depressed about a season without a Triple Crown winner, a fan is joyously looking forward to watching the 2013 field of 3-year-olds start their next campaigns.        
    on June 13, 2013     Source: New York Times


  1. In a statement, Syracuse chancellor Nancy Cantor said, "At a time when many of us are preparing to gather with family, friends and loved ones to joyously celebrate the Thanksgiving holiday, we are reminded of how precious and fragile life can be....
    on Nov 25, 2009 By: Nancy Cantor Source: Newsday (subscription)

  2. "McCain/Palin fired back today in Waukesha and 15 years of frustration is coming out joyously in the voices of GOP supporters at these rallies," Limbaugh wrote in an email, arguing that Republicans were fed up with having been portrayed as the...
    on Oct 10, 2008 By: Rush Limbaugh Source: WFMJ

  3. Speaking at his Downing Street office ahead of a trip to Beijing later this week for the closing ceremony of the games, Brown said: "I think we've all been joyously watching the Olympics, to win at cycling, sailing and now on the track today and yet...
    on Aug 19, 2008 By: Gordon Brown Source: AFP

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