jovially en Español
The inherited stupidity of the race--sound English common sense he jovially termed it--was shown to be the proper bulwark for society.
Men began to throng into the office and call at him over the railing, jovially, sharply, viciously, excitedly.
So Clem laughed jovially.
"Better shut the door or you'll be catching cold" - he said jovially, shoving the door shut.
The idea that you could treat political enemies jovially, and perhaps have a drink with them after hours - or enter into a coalition government with them - can seem not only unnatural, but even a bit indecent, in such circumstances.
in a jovial manner