Mr Harbord was an old Harrovian famed for his joviality, and his suicide shocked his friends and family.
The dance achieved that brightness and joviality which entitle a dance to call itself a success.
With all its alarms, however, life in camp was not without its joviality.
With some minds this volatile questioning was serious; with others it assumed a Rabelaisian joviality.
The sounds of joviality increased, and Blake's mouth watered.
Even under the joviality of those closest to him he saw the tightened sinews of their jaws.
He had a vein of rich humor approaching to joviality, yet he drank only water.
Still, when all was said, joviality and “grit” put an identical veneer on them all!
Nor was it only in streets and public places that mirth and joviality prevailed.
Good humor and joviality were written all over his countenance, as expansive as if that very moment he were not staking his head.