enjoyably

[ en-joi-uh-buhl ]SEE DEFINITION OF enjoyably
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There had followed a little supper, and the affair ended most enjoyably.

"I'm afraid you and I are in the same boat," said Graeme enjoyably.

Speeches, toasts and a gramophone concert made the evening pass quickly and enjoyably.

In the history of Scotland, most of what is worth knowing may be most enjoyably learned from the pages of Sir Walter.

The effects of my adventure soon passed away, and the days glided on most enjoyably.

The freedom seemed bred, imperceptibly and enjoyably, from the delicate cloud in the air.

When I have time, I lie down, on my stuffed-seaweed bed, and write my thoughts leisurely and enjoyably.

In order to do this enjoyably or successfully, it is necessary to have the piazza or garden somewhat secluded.

"Well, I like that," cried Grace, breaking the silence in which they had all been enjoyably regarding the little scene.

On Gypsy she cantered, she trotted, she galloped, just as naturally and enjoyably as though she had been born on horseback.

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