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He cheerfully accepted that his party made a hero of Ronald Reagan, but not him.David Frum on How George H.W. Bush Was a Man of Greatness in Modesty|David Frum|October 8, 2013|DAILY BEAST
“We share the hate,” Glaser says cheerfully, sipping her ubiquitous can of Diet Dr Pepper.‘Nikki & Sara Live’ Is Late-Night TV’s Best-Kept Secret|Anna Brand|August 6, 2013|DAILY BEAST
She cheerfully cooked up some Welsh cakes, from a recipe handed down by her grandmother, that the other hosts devoured.
Romney should just cheerfully concede that he is "a little bit stiff, a little bit buttoned up."
Indeed, he cheerfully admits that science and technology have, in many ways, improved our lot.
Then both the partners laughed together—pleasantly and cheerfully, as men who are going to receive money, often do.
No, no,” added Mr. Pickwick more cheerfully, “it would be selfish and ungrateful.
There were several in high places at present, cheerfully trimmed down from the statesman to the political ideal.Ancestors|Gertrude Atherton
His table is well supplied from the choicest his larder affords and he cheerfully welcomes all to its side.
"We will stay here till dark, and then we'll go on with our journey," said Henry cheerfully.The Box-Car Children|Gertrude Chandler Warner