Dance heavy and joyously excessive, Viva Elvis is a pat on the back that celebrates itself.
Braun, whose election in 1991 as the first black woman in the U.S. Senate, had been joyously heralded in Chicago.
Outside was the happy world of a healthy country child, who grew as joyously as one of her own New England flowers.
"Yes," said Lydia joyously, as if choking were a very happy matter.
joyously I shouted into what seemed to be boundless nothing, All Right!
"Come, let us gather round the festive board," said he joyously.
Not a shot was fired as the new men came forward and were joyously admitted to the church.
"I don't want anything better than I can get on my own feet," I said joyously.
“My parcels,” he said, joyously pushing his way across the throng.
The chief object of life, it has been discovered, is to live abundantly and joyously.