Antonyms of DISMALLY

Examples of usage:

  1. " Here, sir," said Bob, dismally. "The Black Bar" by George Manville Fenn
  2. " It will seem longer," said Lady Bastable dismally. "The Chronicles of Clovis" by Saki
  3. She reflected dismally that he had not even a wife to be nice to him, and he was far too old to have a mother. "Penny Plain" by Anna Buchan (writing as O. Douglas)
  4. We had halted and refreshed ourselves and horses at Bembibre, a village of mud and slate, and which possessed little to attract attention: we were now ascending, for the road was over one of the extreme ledges of those frontier hills which I have before so often mentioned; but the aspect of heaven had blackened, clouds were rolling rapidly from the west over the mountains, and a cold wind was moaning dismally. "The Bible in Spain" by George Borrow
  5. The cry brought Mrs Denton to the door, and she hurried away directly to return with a light, just as the dog set up another mournful howl which echoed dismally in the gloomy ranges of cellars. "The Mynns' Mystery" by George Manville Fenn
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