cheerfully[ cheer-fuhl ]SEE DEFINITION OF cheerfully
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CHEERFULLY
And he had hoped so cheerfully all the time to do something.
"And copper's up two points to-day," said Percival, cheerfully.
"Do it good while you're doin' it," urged Uncle Peter, cheerfully.
The constituted authorities must be cheerfully and vigorously upheld.
"You must have crooked ways to catch crooks, believe me," he said cheerfully.
We should, therefore, love and trust in Him, and cheerfully do what He has commanded us.
OBEY them by cheerfully and promptly doing their will, even when it is not to our liking.
Greeting me, however, cheerfully and politely, she at once entered into conversation.
I cheerfully consented, and we reached Cooperstown early in June.
He was cheerfully, but silently obeyed by more than two hundred men.
MORE RELATED WORDS FOR CHEERFULLY
- at once
- at the drop of a hat
- hands down
- in a jiffy
- in no time
- no sweat
- nothing to it
- piece of cake
- quick as a wink
- right away
- slick as whistle
- straight away
- without delay
- without demur
- without difficulty
- without hesitation