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See definition of elatedly on Dictionary.com
  • as incheerfully
  • as inhappily

synonyms for elatedly

  • blithely
  • brightly
  • gaily
  • genially
  • gladly
  • gleefully
  • happily
  • joyfully
  • merrily
  • optimistically
  • playfully
  • pleasantly
  • readily
  • willingly
  • airily
  • buoyantly
  • hopefully
  • jovially
  • lightheartedly
  • mirthfully
  • sportively
  • vivaciously

antonyms for elatedly

MOST RELEVANT
  • sadly
  • unhappily
  • gloomily
  • grudgingly
  • unwillingly
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How to use elatedly in a sentence

While he was thinking thus elatedly, he remembered that he wanted some clean linen in the morning.
SISTER CARRIETHEODORE DREISER
"I think we're holdin' our own," said the captain, elatedly.
THE ADVENTURES OF BILLY TOPSAILNORMAN DUNCAN
And Tommy grinned elatedly as Denham turned to crush his hands in his own.
THE FIFTH-DIMENSION TUBEWILLIAM FITZGERALD JENKINS
There, my dear Gray Phantom, said the doctor elatedly, is your answer.
THE GRAY PHANTOMHERMAN LANDON
He briskly hunted a lawyer to whom he related all the circumstances, winding up elatedly with the last remark.
VILLA ELSASTUART HENRY
The soul of man, in its struggle toward God knows what, paused elatedly to contemplate the new milestone.
GARGOYLESBEN HECHT
Nor would he say more, though he most elatedly held a secret.
RUGGLES OF RED GAPHARRY LEON WILSON
They had hailed him so noisily, so elatedly, press and public alike.
WINNER TAKE ALLLARRY EVANS
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WORDS RELATED TO ELATEDLY

  • airily
  • blithely
  • brightly
  • buoyantly
  • elatedly
  • gaily
  • genially
  • gladly
  • gleefully
  • happily
  • hopefully
  • jovially
  • joyfully
  • lightheartedly
  • merrily
  • mirthfully
  • optimistically
  • playfully
  • pleasantly
  • readily
  • sportively
  • vivaciously
  • willingly
Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.