One jocularly called him The Questioner, but Walter did not mind, and went on picking up all the information possible.
The Pawnee war, as it was jocularly called, did not last long.
As Sailor Bill jocularly remarked, "it was like filling the water-casks of a man-of-war previous to weighing anchor for a voyage."
"S'pose you're a millionaire by this time, chicken," said the youth, jocularly.
I′dle-worms, once jocularly supposed to be bred in the fingers of lazy maid-servants.
"You may reach the city after the banks are closed for the day, you know," he added, jocularly.
He shuts the umbrella; puts it aside; and jocularly plants himself with his hands on his hips to be inspected.
It was jocularly styled the 'tea table,' and was used as a whipping place also.
Putting his arm round her waist, he said jocularly, as he drew her towards him, 'So you have recovered from your fatigue.
I talked volubly, jocularly, persuasively, tenderly; I talked in a subdued tone.