Hilariously [adverb]

Definition of Hilariously:

with joy, pleasure

Opposite/Antonyms of Hilariously:

Sentence/Example of Hilariously:

His date, Ally Duncan, also 25 and more savvy to the world of Zoom dates, learned to go easy on the alcohol after a hilarious incident that involved a very strong homemade margarita fail.

It’s an unsparing, brutal and hilarious satirical take on the notion of American exceptionalism, embodied by the goofy, America-obsessed Wilson.

Stick around a few more pages, though, and you’ll be rewarded with a hilarious, sweet, wild tale of a robbed bank, a real estate open house, and heart.

In the mid-2010s, Deadspin devoted often-hilarious coverage of Bills fans performing outrageous feats.

The rapper sent out hilarious “WAP”-inspired shoe packages out to fans and other celebrities to promote the collaborative effort.

If they did and got the Chiefs at home, I bet they’d be underdogs, which would be hilarious.

Adelaide smiled, not broadly, not hilariously, only to the exact shade demanded by conversational sympathy.

Nevill and Jimmie Drexell, who had arrived a short time before, greeted him hilariously.

On fine, sunny days, influenced by the weather, he would laugh and shout hilariously; a gloomy sky made him morose.

The elders in that astonishing procession conducted themselves more hilariously than their children.