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Spell check of happily

Correct spelling: happily

buoyantly, meetly, blissfully, with happiness, jovially, only too, brightly, jollily, lightheartedly, gamely, hooray, lightly, cheerful, blithely, gladly, genially, euphorically, glad, joyfully, ecstatically, sadly, correctly, gracefully, agreeably, fittingly, lovely, obligingly, lovingly, rightly, affably, cordially, congruously, gayly, duly, happy, cheerfully, sincerely, appropriately, complaisantly, exuberant, spiritedly, submissively, aah, pleasantly, suitably, gotcha, delightfully, satisfyingly, fortunately, congenially, satisfied, jauntily, gaily, warmly, contented, jubilantly, yippee, alive, jocosely, heart and soul, sunnily, content, carefree, smilingly, successfully, merrily, peacefully, right, optimistically, mirthfully, good, willingly, excellent, heartily, appositely, amiably, readily, cheerily, freely, pleased, gratifyingly.

forlornly, cheerlessly, inappropriately, despondently, dispiritedly, glumly, unhappily, wretchedly, sorrowfully, awkwardly, improperly, blackly, gloomily, sourly, sadly, irrelevantly, dourly, inaptly, drearily, bleakly, dismally, mournfully, inopportunely, darkly, sternly, heavily, unfortunately, morosely, disconsolately, sullenly, pessimistically, abjectly, unsatisfactorily, sulkily, unseasonably, miserably, ungracefully, incongruously, dolorously, unseemly, unsuitably, plaintively, dejectedly, incorrectly, inappositely, unacceptably, dolefully, wrongly.

Examples of usage:

1) And we'll all live happily ever after. - "The Eye of Dread", Payne Erskine.

2) She smiled into his eyes happily, and asked him what book she should bring him. - "The Man from Jericho", Edwin Carlile Litsey.

3) Ruut, however, did, and the physician happily explained. - "Fair and Warmer", E. G. von Wald.