merrily Meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary
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uk   us   /ˈmer.ɪ.li/
showinghappiness or ​enjoyment: Her ​eyessparkled merrily. informal without ​thinking about the ​result of what you are doing or about the ​problems it might ​cause: The ​factory has been merrily ​pumpingchemicalwaste into the ​river for the past ten ​years.
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