And let's not forget death panels, Sarah Palin's jauntily inflammatory phrase for the "Independent Medicare Advisory Board."
Meanwhile, New York Magazine ran a jauntily satirical article—“Bro, Can You Spare, Like, Five Bills?”
Springer jauntily replies, quickly adding that his tawdry syndicated show is probably a more accurate harbinger of the End Times.
Perceiving the Candy Wagon at the curb he paused, scrutinising it jauntily, through a monocle formed by a thumb and finger.
All were strolling as leisurely and jauntily as only true plutocrats can afford to do.
He went in jauntily pushing his cap a little to one side so that some of his thick curly hair came out over his forehead.
Sandy handed Brewer a cigar and stuck one, jauntily, in his own mouth.
"We don't stand on ceremony in Yorkshire," he said jauntily.
"It's one of those tins you prise up," said Marjorie jauntily.
"Tommy and me," answered Nick jauntily, pushing his glass across the bar to be filled a second time.
1660s, "elegant, stylish," from French gentil "nice, pleasing," in Old French "noble" (see gentle). Form reflects attempt to render the French pronunciation of gentil. Meaning "easy and sprightly in manner" first attested 1670s. Related: Jauntily; jauntiness.