And he would go up himself for the ten francs so boldly and yet so amiably that the chainmaker never dared refuse them.
Mr. Wopsle died amiably at Camberwell, and exceedingly game on Bosworth Field, and in the greatest agonies at Glastonbury.
Camilla, amiably repressing a sob, while a hitch came into her upper lip, and her tears overflowed.
The men of his set, being for the most part amiably stupid, resented his cleverness.
There was no sign of hurry or anxiety about their preparations; they seemed to be conversingamiably of other things.
On the border of the herd they edged in as if by accident upon a fat steer and walked him amiably forth into the open.
Jo laughed, and Meg sharply ordered her not to talk, then amiably promised to make her hair curl, and fell asleep to dream of living in her castle in the air.
Bud drove the team, Gramps sat on the bobsled seat beside him and Shep tagged amiably behind.
It rose, wagged its tail amiably and touched Bud's hand with a moist muzzle.
Portuguese toads may be more distinguished for size, but are not half so amiably speckled as those we have the happiness to harbour in England.
But let us leave them to loiter thus amiably in their Elysian groves, and arrive at Utrecht; which, as nothing very remarkable claimed my attention, I hastily quitted to visit a Moravian establishment at Ziest, in its neighbourhood.
She agreed amiably that Billy would be a great beauty, a heart-breaker, that "the little monkey had all the other women crazy with jealousy now, by Jove!
Isabelle, duly arriving, probably played with Charlotte much more amiably than a brother would have done, and Mrs. Haviland blandly accepted her existence, but in her heart she was far from feeling satisfied.
But noting the glitter in Wade's eyes, Mr. Britt chuckled amiably and took himself off down the car to talk business with a man.
He tipped back his head to beam amiably on his partner.
Mr. Fenellan was reading his friend's character by the light of his remarks and in opposition to them, after the critical fashion of intimates who know as well as hear: but it was amiably and trippingly, on the dance of the wine in his veins.
They were beef and pudding on legs; in some quarters, beer amiably manifest, owing to the flourishes of a military band.
A coal fire glowed amiably in the grate, adding a deeper color to six blooming faces, and flashing on the bright needles that were so industriously plied.
Frederickstown received him amiably into its midst.
The above list will hopefully give you a few useful examples demonstrating the appropriate usage of "amiably" in a variety of sentences. We hope that you will now be able to make sentences using this word.