What is another word for jauntily?

Pronunciation: [d͡ʒˈɔːntɪlɪ] (IPA)

Jauntily is a wonderful adverb that means to do something in a lively, cheerful, and confident manner. However, there are several other synonyms of the word that you can use in your writing to portray the same sense of enthusiasm and liveliness. Some of these synonyms include buoyantly, sprightly, gaily, vivaciously, and briskly. You can also use words like chirpily, perkily, and merrily to add an upbeat and cheerful vibe to your writing. These words work great when describing characters or events that are full of energy, enthusiasm, and positivity. Try using these synonyms in your writing to add freshness and texture to your language.

Usage examples for Jauntily

The ensign fluttered jauntily in the wind.
"I Walked in Arden"
Jack Crawford
Here was a man, apparently of straw, who was jauntily inviting him to clear out and mind his own business.
"Command"
William McFee
So he came up jauntily, behind Mr. Spokesly, smoking a special cigarette, and ignoring his chief officer completely until the latter chose to speak.
"Command"
William McFee

Famous quotes with Jauntily

  • Ah, Mr. Douglas! Mr. Douglas! if the little child just born to you were stolen from your arms and sold into slavery, and you went through fire and water to rescue her, would you say so airily, so jauntily, with such pleasant humor, that if you went to steal her you trust you would be caught and put in jail with other thieves? And yet not more do you love that child hanging at this moment upon her mother's bosom, than an old slave mother whom I know in the hospital across the river loved the child who forty years ago was torn from her breast and sold, and of whose fate for forty years that silent, sorrowing Rachel has not heard?
    George William Curtis

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