good-naturedly love


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  • adv. Alternative spelling of goodnaturedly.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • adv. With mildness of temper.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • In a good-natured manner; with good nature or docility.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • adv. in a good-natured manner


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  • As Tyler was about to turn aside, someone called good-naturedly, Say, there!


  • “Keep it down to a dull roar, kids,” the bus driver called good-naturedly without taking his eyes off the road.

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  • “Say it louder,” he coaxes good-naturedly, and the audience obeys.

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  • “You gave us quite a scare,” Stefàn good-naturedly added.

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  • I was beginning to worry about you, Charisse stated good-naturedly.

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  • The Giants said the call registered 5,500 callers at its peak and Goodell good-naturedly responded to every query that came his way.

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  • Up to this time the press had been amusingly tolerant and good-naturedly sensational about him, but now he was to learn what virulent scrupulousness an antagonized press was capable of.

    Chapter VII

  • He had always been irreligious, scoffing good-naturedly at the sky-pilots and their immortality of the soul.

    Chapter 3

  • "Now's the time for that new and expensive engine of yours," Grief jeered good-naturedly.


  • Old Augustus, blinking good-naturedly, opened his mouth and in popped Wallace's head.

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