Thesaurus / delightedly

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I am so delighted to be sitting here today completely wrong in my predictions.

More often than not, though, the recipients of the postcards are delighted, especially this year, when international tourism has largely come to a halt.

I was delighted to think that he must have been the king of itsby-bitsy reductionist science, removing his monocle to peer through his microscope.

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Talbot delightedly shook hands with them all, not neglecting Lucia Catherwood.

Before the DawnJoseph Alexander Altsheler

This was not strange, for there was nothing in human form that she could not and did not converse with, easily and delightedly.

New Chronicles of RebeccaKate Douglas Wiggin

I said, delightedly glancing up at her, and pausing with one of her small but dumpy feet in my hand.

"If she does get married you'll have to come and live with us," said Cecily delightedly.

The Golden RoadLucy Maud Montgomery

The odors of the open country rose deliciously perfumed to the horses' nostrils, and they snorted and pranced about delightedly.

For the rest, he could speak with sincere admiration, and Cecil heard him delightedly.

The WhirlpoolGeorge Gissing

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Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.


Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.