Antonyms for cheerily

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"You'll see what we'll do next summer, Dad," she said cheerily.

To this Jennie assented, and cheerily bade him good-evening.

Cheerily, though there were none abroad to see it, shone the Maypole light that evening.

"Let's hope that will prove to be the case with us," ventured Rob cheerily.

He threw open the door to the road, and hailed the driver of the fly, cheerily.

Trout seemed to greet him cheerily and sprang eagerly to the fray.

"That's spoken like yourself, Kellett," said the other, cheerily.

"Here I am, daddy," she cheerily called, as she entered the room.

The old man did not reply as cheerily as the ranger expected him to do.

"That says a lot for her and something for you," said Lingard, cheerily.

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