Did you maybe mean humorously?
- adv. UK, uncommon, nonstandard alternative spelling of humorously.
- humourous + -ly (Wiktionary)
“Barbadian diaspora blogger Doan Mind Me, on the other hand, seems unconcerned, writing a humourously quirky post - which he calls the “book of Pork-etry” - suggesting, with a vigourous nod to George Orwell's Animal Farm, that the swine of the world are somehow getting their comeuppance:”
“There's just something humourously badass about the concept of mixing British gangster movies with vampire flicks. blog comments powered by Disqus”
“The North American distributor of the device is, rather humourously, called “Kids Be Gone.””
“The last was meant humourously too following on from what you said yesterday... though reading it again I appologise.”
“Comedian Sarah Silverman talks global warming and humourously exposes the "very convenient truth" about the impact of climate change on our lives.”
“On a similar note, my parents also like to remind me that I am more suited for legal work than professional writing, so your anecdote felt humourously familiar.”
“As non-partisan writer Graeme of Nunc Scio pens humourously: “If anyone can make a coherent argument as to why the rise of a coalition government was a grassroots victory and not a backroom political deal, I will give that person a unicorn.””
“The film shows an office team building event in the middle of nowhere going disasterously, and quite humourously, wrong ....”
“The film shows an office team building event in the middle of nowhere going disasterously, and quite humourously, wrong.”
“And, while the cartoons are done humourously, you are probably going to come away very, very angry.”
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