Definition of joyously in US English:

joyously

adverb

  • With great happiness and joy.

    ‘the players joyously celebrated a great victory’
    • ‘Only later did she come to create joyously, like her mother "working in her flowers -- radiant".’
    • ‘They joyously celebrated 60 years of marriage on January 6.’
    • ‘Installing the software is a joyously simple process.’
    • ‘The beautifully melodic piece has an elegant string backdrop and joyously infectious style.’
    • ‘Recorded in 7 days, the album packs 11 tracks into a joyously brief 28 minutes.’
    • ‘They dance joyously, freely, without constraint.’
    • ‘She grabbed his hands and continued jumping up and down joyously, "We won! We won!"’
    • ‘The rhythmic momentum has carried the players joyously along.’
    • ‘The song switches from joyously impassioned rock into another tired emo ballad.’
    • ‘Joyously, Kitty and I were off, like two excited children on a Christmas morning, celebrating our freedom.’

Pronunciation

joyously

/ˈjoiəslē//ˈdʒɔɪəsli/