I asked, facetiously, but I didn't feel in the least humorous.
"I thought it would come to that," says Mr. Snivel, facetiously.
"To be popular with the people, is truly an honor," interrupts the lady, facetiously.
They would jerk a thumb over a shoulder after him facetiously.
"Things like the March Hare, for example," suggested Paul facetiously.
I showed her the nine and facetiously asked her to choose; or should I spread them all at once?
Facetiously spoken to those who quarrel with a patch about you.
"Take my yacht and go to England," said Dillingham, facetiously.
"Don't let us disturb you, Captain," said Winter, facetiously.
"It's like taking a hook out of a cat-fish," said the cook, facetiously.