Examples from the Web for humorously
Writing about the experience, humorously, left him a favorite amongst both prisoners and their guards, an odd situation.
And here she is humorously reaffirming them as only she could in a farewell parliamentary debate.
At the end of the show, the two humorously announced that they were going to host their own talk show together.‘Ebony’ Cover With NeNe Leakes Unleashes a Firestorm of Criticism|Karu F. Daniels|November 27, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Used as a humorously exaggerated formula of politeness when refusing food.Wunnerfitz! Sollybuster! The Fun of the Dictionary of American Regional English|Ammon Shea|April 12, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Their eyes challenged each other humorously for another moment, when Hilda broke in.Amazing Grace|Kate Trimble Sharber
Douglas B. Longhurst said humorously that the receiver's work would be cut out for him.The Wrecker|Robert Louis Stevenson and Lloyd Osbourne
The irony of fate rarely executes itself quite so humorously.Violence and the Labor Movement|Robert Hunter
He cannot be complete in aughtWho is not humorously prone; A man without a merry thoughtCan hardly have a funny-bone.The Book of Humorous Verse|Various
Its owner speaks of it humorously as a little "pocket ranch."Glimpses of Three Coasts|Helen Hunt Jackson
British Dictionary definitions for humorously
Word Origin and History for humorously
early 15c., "relating to the body humors," a native formation from humor, or else from Middle French humoreux "damp," from Old French humor (see humor (n.)). The meaning "funny" dates from 1705 in English. Related: Humorously; humorousness.