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- adv. In a thankful manner.
- adv. Also used as a synonym of fortunately.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In a thankful manner; with grateful acknowledgment of favors or kindness received.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. in a thankful manner; with thanks
- adv. let us be thankful that
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A very happy birthday to Sarah, who thankfully is a much more organized mom than Renee!
Maybe everyone needs to step back and take a deep breath, that thankfully is still free.
And that, thankfully, is where I stopped blathering on.
Ignorance, thankfully, is something that can be corrected.
I hear you and have felt your pain ... thankfully long ago ...
Senator Webb, thankfully is one of the only liberals in Congress who has pointed this out.
I fear what would/will happen to our country if she had more power than she already has (which thankfully is very little). maude
Planned my menu to include brisket, mesquite-flavored grilled chicken, pintos, corn etc .... dessert to include pecan pie (with pecans brought back from Texas), buttermilk pie and Texas Sheet Cake with Blue Bell Ice Cream which thankfully is now sold in Georgia (I almost wish it weren't if you know what I mean).
Actually, I do think that morning meetings are to some degree useful; ours are relatively painless, barring the company motto reading, of course, and the singing of the company song, which thankfully is not compulsory!
But Upshaw, thankfully, is in good health and back on stage and her performances here are riveting and attest to her status as one of the greatest vocalists performing today.