- joyce, james,
- joyce, william,
Origin of joyful
Examples from the Web for joyfully
Most of the show, however, was dedicated to joyfully reliving the classics.Monty Python Forgot Their Lines on Opening Night, but Who Cares?|Nico Hines|July 2, 2014|DAILY BEAST
So they joyfully rode their new pastel bikes around the park for a while, until it was time to go to their first ballet class.
There was no shortage of schadenfreude, with Democrats joyfully noting just how dumb those silly, delusional Republicans were.
Where Romney is careful and cautious, Gingrich is joyfully brazen.South Carolina Primary: Gingrich Surges to Threaten Romney’s Frontrunner Status|Patricia Murphy|January 21, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Ironically Webber, doing commentary for NBA TV, joyfully nailed James during the finals.
Jimmy's tears were soon dried, and he welcomed Ted joyfully.Lucy Maud Montgomery Short Stories, 1907 to 1908|Lucy Maud Montgomery
Joyfully she agreed, for the farmer was a relation, though a distant one, and she had a dread of going among strangers.Fairy Circles|Unknown
Suddenly, breaking off in the middle of a sentence, Marcolina joyfully exclaimed, "Here comes my uncle!"Casanova's Homecoming|Arthur Schnitzler
"That will give me over three dollars for myself," he said joyfully.Mark Mason's Victory|Horatio Alger
Joyfully she hastened to pick the flowers, and having soon a large bunch she thanked them and ran home.Fairy Tales of the Slav Peasants and Herdsmen|Alexander Chodsko