hospitably[ hos-pi-tuh-buh l, ho-spit-uh-buh l ]SEE DEFINITION OF hospitably
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR HOSPITABLY
And Connie Hancock, bouncing about hospitably in the large, rich house.
I was very tired, and did justice to the supper that had been so hospitably prepared for us.
"Set down, Frank, and take a load off your feet," said he hospitably.
At Durham they were hospitably entertained in the absence of the Bishop.
We received him hospitably, and he stayed part of a week here.
From this time forward, we were most hospitably entertained.
"You come right in, and I'll make you a cup of tea," said the captain, hospitably.
Alfred hospitably ladled some bacon and coffee into their former owner.
"Have a drink, Happy, on me," hospitably suggested the proprietor.
When the truth was known, they did their best to receive them hospitably.
1560s, from Middle French hospitable, from Latin hospitari "be a guest," from hospes (genitive hospitis) "guest" (see host (n.1)). Related: Hospitably.