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- adv. In a cheerful manner; with a cheery demeanour.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adv. In a cheery manner.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In a cheery manner; with cheerfulness; with good spirits; heartily: as, to set to work cheerily.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. in a cheerful manner
“See you in Antigua,” I called cheerily, trying to fill my voice with a confidence that was rapidly evaporating.
“Hi,” she called cheerily and grabbed the broom and began to sweep.
Pressing hard on the foe, they called cheerily to one another, and shouted at the same time to Chares to bring up his aid.
As he walked away from the house he called cheerily: "Come, Mattie, -- want to go along?"
"Well, Bob, how are you making out?" he called cheerily, as he approached, looking at the excavated dirt thrown out.
As they left they called cheerily to the women standing on the beach, but Ellen hardly heard them.
Come here, Tabitha, "he called cheerily --" come an 'see what happens to them that cast their bread upon the waters.
All right now, Evangeline, he called cheerily as he passed through the kitchen.
"'Scuse me, Kamasura," he called cheerily, and raised his hand to betoken that the boot had come from him.
"Good morning," he called cheerily, highly content with life just at this moment.