in a joyous manner (Freq. 1)

they shouted happily

Syn: ↑happily, ↑merrily, ↑mirthfully, ↑gayly, ↑blithely
Ant: ↑unhappily (for: ↑happily)
Derived from adjective: ↑jubilant, ↑blithe (for: ↑blithely), ↑gay (for: ↑gayly), ↑mirthful (for: ↑mirthfully), ↑merry (for: ↑merrily), ↑happy (for: ↑happily)

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