uproariously

[ uhp-rawr-ee-uhs, -rohr- ]SEE DEFINITION OF uproariously

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The father smiles upon him and is at once uproariously happy.

It was then about two in the morning, and we all singing, or what we thought was singing, most uproariously.

Then he laughed again, hilariously, uproariously, and not for long.

Cooley greeted Mellin uproariously and Mr. Sneyd introduced the fat man.

At this the children laughed so uproariously, the baby awoke and began to cry.

The people are uproariously demonstrative; they are shouting: 'Huzza!

You speak almost as uproariously as Neale does, said Ruth, smiling.

They appear to have been uproariously and outrageously Irish.

So they came, and were welcomed, I was going to say, uproariously.

It was Terry's turn to laugh now, which he did, though not uproariously, as I had.

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