in a congenial manner;
"`Let's all have a drink together,' he said congenially"
- Let's all have a drink together,' he said congenially.
- But in the stock market is also an eternal topic congenially.
- I have got an online friend recently, with whom I chatted very congenially.
- The State-owned business can only be engaged in the hedge in the futures market, do not trade congenially.
- One insight in particular threw my congenially upbeat, everything-is-getting-better world view seriously off-balance.
- Caution two: Must the being careful investor have no plan with the risk which brings excessively congenially.