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jovial
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Catch-22
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  • He greeted Milo jovially each time they met and, in an excess of contrite generosity, impulsively recommended Major Major for promotion.
  • ’That’s good,’ the colonel exclaimed, and stood up jovially.
  • Boy, we used to have fun in that fraternity house,’ he recalled peacefully, his corpulent cheeks aglow with the jovial, rubicund warmth of nostalgic recollection.
  • ’Oh, I hardly think they’ll do that,’ Aarfy replied with a jovial chuckle, although his symptoms of nervousness increased.
  • Colonel Korn chucked Havermeyer under the chin jovially, ignoring him, and then addressed himself to Dunbar and Yossarian in a dry monotone.
  • ’But, Milo, you are doing your duty,’ Colonel Cathcart exclaimed with a laugh that thundered jovially.
  • Yossarian teased him jovially.
  • Aarfy thundered jovially, ’There are hundreds of whores just as good crawling all over the streets.

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  • She walked in with a jovial smile.
  • She is a jovial old woman.

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