Gaily in a sentence

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Definition of Gaily

  • Merrily; showily. See gaily.
  • in a gay manner

How to use gaily in a sentence. Gaily pronunciation.

So the matter was settled, and Mumford ran off gaily to catch his train.
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Her accent caressed the ear, it was a very sweet one, only faintly Irish, and she talked easily and correctly, like one who enjoyed talking, laughing gaily, taking, he was afraid, undue pleasure in Father Peter's rough sallies, without heeding that he was trying to entrap her into some slight indiscretion of speech that he could make use of afterwards, for he must needs justify himself to himself if he decided to dismiss her.
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The boys chatted gaily while they dressed.
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His soul danced with delight as gaily as the sunbeams.
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Being used to the society of young men (they were full of stories of hill-stations in India, and at that time the stories of Rudyard Kipling were in every hand) they began to chaff Philip gaily; and he, pleased with the novelty-the young ladies at Blackstable treated the Vicar's nephew with a certain seriousness-was gay and jolly.
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They left the luggage at the station, and set off gaily.
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On the way back Griffiths talked gaily and seemed indifferent to the fact that Philip answered in monosyllables.
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Gaily he asked them what they had learned.
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The shops were open, gaily lit, and people were doing their shopping for the next day.
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The birds were singing gaily.
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The wine tastes well, and every face looks gay; pass eight-and-forty hours, and shall we look as gaily?
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He found her chatting gaily with Captain Blanchard, who had been her most recent partner.
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And without waiting for answer to his ceaseless questions he ran gaily on.
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Four against one," he said gaily.
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As they crossed the railroad and entered the narrow wood-path on the other side, the girls fell into single file and walked on steadily, talking gaily.
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In spite of the attractiveness of good things to eat and pretty things to see, the most popular place in the hall was the gaily decorated tent where Miss Burton in gypsy costume read palms.
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Her corn-colored ringlets hung gaily about her face.
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Trusting grandly, singing gaily, Confident and calm, Not one false note in your daily Hymn or weekly psalm?
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Oh, gaily sings the bird!
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And the stern Lord Guy, how gaily he laugh'd, Till more of his cup was spilt than quaff'd.
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Examples of Gaily

Example #1
Three days later Miss Derrick arrived, bringing with her something like half-a-ton of luggage.
Example #2
She bounded up the doorsteps, and, meeting Mrs. Mumford in the hall, kissed her fervently.
Example #3
As he had been asked to notice her he remarked her shining brown hair.
Example #4
The forehead was broad and well shapen and promised an intelligence that the eyes were quick to confirm; round, gray, intelligent eyes, smiling, welcoming eyes.
Example #5
Now Athelny invited him to come over for a day, he had certain meditations on Shakespeare and the musical glasses which he desired to impart, and the children were clamouring for a sight of Uncle Philip.
Example #6
The sojourn in the fields gave them a new strength; it was like a magic ceremony, by which they renewed their youth and the power of their limbs and the sweetness of the spirit: Philip had heard him say many fantastic, rhetorical, and picturesque things on the subject.