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joviality


  • n  feeling jolly and jovial and full of good humor
  • n  a jovial nature

  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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.
News & Articles

  • 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.
    July 5, 2013 - The Dexter Leader
Quotes

  • Edward Villella in MiamiHerald.com
    I just love that ballet,Villella says. "It's such a dichotomy -- it tears your heart out, and it's full of joviality."
  • Paul Sturrock in This is Wiltshire.co.uk
    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...

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