Thankfully - definition of thankfully by The Free Dictionary
With Mr Blifil's consent therefore he wrote the next morning to Mr Western, acquainting him that his nephew had very thankfully and gladly received the proposal, and would be ready to wait on the young lady, whenever she should be pleased to accept his visit.
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The offer was thankfully accepted, and the generous merchant was as good as his word. I joyfully and thankfully accepted them, especially as I was in want of them at that time.
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Contemporary Examples. of thankfully. Thankfully there were no casualties—the driver managed to stop the train immediately.
THANKFULLY | meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary
Thankfully, in mechanics, there are affine connections that come from the mechanical problem data.
THANKFULLY | definition in the Cambridge English Dictionary
Thankfully the current methodological paradigm, and the multiplicity of histories it sustains, offers a broader historical vision.
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Thankfully has been used for centuries to mean ‘in a thankful manner’, as in she accepted the offer thankfully. Since the 1960s it has also been used as a sentence adverb to mean ‘fortunately’, as in thankfully, we didn't have to wait.
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