happily[ hap-uh-lee ]SEE DEFINITION OF happily
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR HAPPILY
This is, happily, a matter of but little practical importance.
The sectional element has happily been eliminated from the tariff discussion.
I know little of them; and happily we shall not be dependent on the result of my management.
One married, happily or not as the case might be, and took the risk.
Off they went, and the long chain reached the bottom safely and happily.
In short, Catherine, everything has gone wrong, but it is now all happily settled.
Dry your eyes and tell me, and whatever it is I'll fix it all right and happily for you.
You may say what you please; your neighbours are all happily engaged, too busy to mind you.
Happily, Lydia was not alone in her public profession of religion.
Happily, all that Troubridge with so much reason foreboded, did not come to pass.