vivaciously[ vi-vey-shuhs, vahy- ]SEE DEFINITION OF vivaciously
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR VIVACIOUSLY
Then vivaciously, 'My faith, your pilot-house wants a clean-up!'
"For your scorn of her love," interposed Priscilla vivaciously.
She contented herself by arguing against it, and talking as vivaciously as she could.
"She has given my new doll a name," continued Ruby, vivaciously.
Just finished my shopping and thought Id have a look in here, she said vivaciously.
"The wine is no good," said the stout gentleman, vivaciously.
“That wine is no good,” said the stout gentleman, vivaciously.
As he spoke, he vivaciously rapped his friend on the shoulder with his stick.
"I have been blind," he asseverated, vivaciously gesticulating with his thick hands.
"I shouldn't think twice about it," said Fanny, vivaciously.
MORE RELATED WORDS FOR VIVACIOUSLY
- like fury
- with all one's might