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- adv. In a delighted manner.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adv. With delight; gladly.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In a delighted manner; with delight.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. with delight
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Aside from being mounted amid spectacular, one-of-a-kind park system settings, guests are advised to wear "trail chic" attire, which the majority delightedly translates as blue jeans.
Fragonard's The Swing, a sensuous rococo pastoral depicting a young swain delightedly looking up the dress of a young woman on a swing.
"Mr. Hallowell," she went on, rolling the name delightedly on her tongue, "I need not tell you how greatly we spiritualists rejoice over your joining the ranks of the believers."
It composed her, and drinking it in delightedly, Fleda stood with folded arms in the doorway, half forgetting herself and her position, and going in fancy from the firs and the roses, over a very wide field of meditation indeed.
Jack caught at the idea delightedly, and all being ready, boldly threw open the barn door and entered with drawn revolver, followed by the sheriff.
But before he could speak, a silk-robed figure stepped out onto the verandah of the Resident Engineer's office, and called delightedly,
Now, if you know your "Alice" as well as you should, you will recall delightedly her dash after the White
She told us kind of delightedly that on a trip to Toronto she found a booth at a flea market that carried the DVD releases.
He scratched his head delightedly and his fingers blundered into an unfamiliar groove.
The BBC delightedly report that: "A group of British MPs is due to visit Gaza to assess the effects of the recent Israeli military offensive."