joviality in a sentence

  • He was hurt, and his joviality was a supreme effort for him.
  • I've always loved the kind of joviality of the Davos/Washington jet-setting crowd while the world burns around them.
  • Her husband belonged to the type known as "fine men," tall, generously-proportioned, with the free and easy joviality which is so common in Ireland.
  • First, the same "joviality" of the phrase, "good boy," would almost certainly take on a sexual element when changed to "good girl."
  • The desperate joviality of the tour guide wasn't helping anything.
  • "Cuomo, by contrast, seemed almost dour in a gray business suit and graying hair, a tired air and forced joviality delivered through clenched teeth that approximated a smile," sniped the Albany Times-Union.
  • His red heavy-jawed face was made for joviality, but his small brown eyes were wary, constantly moving.
  • The Scot has been the personification of joviality since returning to Liverpool in January, but it felt as if a turning point had been reached on Saturday.
  • Since his surrender six months earlier at his Bavarian villa near Berchtesgaden, Göring had lost his swagger and joviality, as well as some of his 340-pound girth.
  • In this book, the familiar song loses its mead-hall joviality and gains mystical power, with the "nine ladies dancing" moving by starlight through a magical bower of topiary and the "eleven pipers piping" appearing in the shape of the angelic host, blowing upon delicate trumpets.

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    • their state of being jovial; jollity or conviviality
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