jauntily

IPA: dʒˈɔntʌɫi

adverb

  • In an airy, showy, or affected manner.
  • In a dapper or stylish manner.
  • In an ostentatiously self-confident manner.

Examples of "jauntily" in Sentences

  • “Welcome, Sam McGowan,” the man in white called jauntily.
  • See with what a smart, decisive air he wears his hat -- "jauntily," as
  • On page four of the deed for his new apartment, Mr. Edelman inked his name jauntily on the ...
  • a melancholy feint of calling jauntily to Mr Towlinson to fetch a cab and carry down her boxes.
  • His was the gait of the wolf, smooth, tireless and effortless, and at the end of fifty miles he would come in jauntily ahead of the horse.
  • His was the gait of the wolf, smooth, tireless, and effortless, and at the end of fifty miles he would come in jauntily ahead of the horse.
  • That bragging badge of patriotism sits jauntily on jackets, hats and shirts today, boasting of the user's dedication to the democratic process.
  • The logical end of this unholy union of advertising ideas means that all the band/football/etc. parents bedeck themselves in jauntily-supportive orange.
  • Susan finished with a burst of sorrow, which was opportunely broken by the voice of Mrs Pipchin talking downstairs; on hearing which, she dried her red and swollen eyes, and made a melancholy feint of calling jauntily to Mr Towlinson to fetch a cab and carry down her boxes.

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