Meaning: in a good-natured manner
One picked up a two-quart canteen, saying good-naturedly that he reckoned he would have to rustle it.
But I didn't," and Grace laughed good-naturedly; but Flora turned her face from them and began to cry.
"Oh, I don't mind being awakened," answered Tom, good-naturedly, "but I will be frank with you, Mr. Jenks.
He told her, good-naturedly, that she was young and ought to be amused and entertained, and must not allow herself to be made dull by a dull old fellow.
Neither of the children appreciated these remarks, but the colonel good-naturedly put down his fishing-basket and cut the piece of rope that bound them.
The big boy in the blue overalls spoke with such a comical drawl that the slender city lad could not help laughing, and with a slap that nearly sent his neighbor off his perch, Corny said good-naturedly: