Lines that should cause us to do a spit-take they are so blessedly insane, but instead actually almost move us to tears.
Most of us, blessedly, are separated from that kind of pain by not just a gap, but a chasm.
Here comes the smart, sexy, grocery-buying, blessedly normal commoner who could save William—and the royal family.
Like many of us, he tormented his blessedly understanding parents with his playtime career choice as architect.
In general, they are blessedly unclear on the concept of individualism.
All sums greater than a hundred dollars were blessedly alike to him—equally prodigious.
It was not a prolonged attack, and it was, blessedly, the last one.
But a new phase, blessedly a last phase, dawns upon the soul.
My opinion, you must remember, is of blessedly little importance.
And how blessedly He did lead me on and provide for me I can never, never tell.
late 12c., "supremely happy," also "consecrated" (c.1200), past participle adjective from bless (v.). Reversed or ironic sense of "cursed, damned" is recorded from 1806. Related: Blessedly; blessedness.