good-humoredly

[ good-hyoo-merd or, often, -yoo- ]SEE DEFINITION OF good-humoredly
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Sue gave it to me and good-humoredly yawned and said she must be getting home.

"I'm afraid I must give it against you, old boy," said Paten, good-humoredly.

"I have the same unlucky habit myself," said Heathcote, good-humoredly.

"I am a little in your friend Poll's line," said Layton, good-humoredly.

"I have no need of an escort, Mr. Joseph," said she, good-humoredly.

"Not offended; it only amused me," said Tony, good-humoredly.

"When Josephine 's here, I 'll not miss it," said he, good-humoredly.

"I never meant them to be so distasteful to you," said Harcourt, good-humoredly.

Lorand, smilingly and good-humoredly pinching Czipra's cheek, went on his way.

"You mean that I never could get one to live with me," Lady Anne said good-humoredly.

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