Adverb(1) in a gay manner
(1) she plunged gaily into speculation on the stock market(2) People came with their gaily coloured floats and roads were jammed to the extent that for sometime it was doubtful if some of those taking part in the parade would ever get there.(3) gaily colored sailboats dot the lake(4) Their gaily colored flowers resembling miniature ballet dancers in multi-colored tutus will sway and nod winsomely toward you.(5) Some themes are adopted from the Minoan repertoire - ladies in gaily coloured flounced skirts, acrobatic bull leapers - though they tend to be more stiffly drawn and lack the grace and spontaneity so characteristic of Minoan art.(6) Broken in half, a gaily coloured cloth tied to it fluttered in the mild breeze.(7) Do they exert any more influence than gaily coloured gold foot-high statues and silver records that can be displayed, proudly, upon a wall?(8) As Nicholas and Colette gaily threw horseshoes, laughing merrily and cheering the other on, Caroline stood at the back.(9) ├ö├ç├┐There is no criminality here,├ö├ç├û she said, smiling gaily .(10) You looked forward to parking your car gaily , anywhere, without the hassle of a parking attendant breathing down your back waving a parking slip.(11) ├ö├ç├┐Oh, it is nothing,├ö├ç├û returned Chopin, gaily , ├ö├ç├┐We each have our own style.├ö├ç├û(12) Behind them trails the Jumbo Queen, feted by her weighty ladies-in-waiting, waving gaily at the crowd.(13) Or do you leave it - gaily decorated in bright happy colors - as a shrine to who was lost and a constant lancing reminder?(14) Already provoked with sharp pins on which ribbons flutter gaily , the bull rushes frenziedly out and stands in the middle of the arena, looking confused by the roar of applause.(15) ├ö├ç├┐Sometimes I think we're like the first-class passengers on the Titanic, sailing gaily to our doom with the champagne flowing, the lights blazing and the band playing on,├ö├ç├û Ms Caplin mused.(16) In the centre of the patch of common land there were a stocks, a gallows and a tall gaily coloured pole from which dangled multicoloured strands.
4. happily ::
1. heavily ::
2. unhappily ::
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