Synonyms and related words:
actively, agreeably, amiably, amicably, animatedly, ardently, arm in arm, breathlessly, briskly, con brio, congenially, cordially, deafeningly, devotedly, devoutly, earnestly, energetically, enthusiastically, excitedly, exuberantly, familiarly, favorably, fervently, fervidly, firmly, forcefully, forcibly, friendliwise, friendly, gaily, genially, glowingly, hand in hand, heart and soul, heatedly, impassionedly, imperviously, impregnably, intensely, intently, intimately, invincibly, invulnerably, irresistibly, keenly, kindly, loudly, lustily, mightily, passionately, perfervidly, pleasantly, powerfully, pungently, resistantly, robustly, ruggedly, seriously, sincerely, soundly, spiritedly, stalwartly, staunchly, stoutly, strenuously, strongly, sturdily, unyieldingly, vehemently, vigorously, vivaciously, warmly, with elan, with gusto, with open arms, with pep, with zest, zealously, zestfully

Moby Thesaurus. . 1996.


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  • Heartily — Heart i*ly (h[aum]rt [i^]*l[y^]), adv. [From {Hearty}.] 1. From the heart; with all the heart; with sincerity. [1913 Webster] I heartily forgive them. Shak. [1913 Webster] 2. With zeal; actively; vigorously; willingly; cordially; as, he heartily… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • heartily — [härt′ l ē] adv. [ME hertili: see HEART & LY2] 1. in a friendly, sincere, cordial way 2. with zest, enthusiasm, or vigor 3. with a good appetite and in large amounts [to eat heartily] 4. completely; fully; v …   English World dictionary

  • heartily — ► ADVERB 1) in a hearty manner. 2) very: heartily sick of them …   English terms dictionary

  • heartily — index readily Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …   Law dictionary

  • heartily — c.1300, from HEARTY (Cf. hearty) + LY (Cf. ly) (2) …   Etymology dictionary

  • heartily — adverb 1 loudly and cheerfully: He laughed heartily and embraced his brother. 2 completely or very much: heartily agree/approve of/support etc: a sentiment with which she heartily agreed | heartily fed up with/sick of: By the end we were heartily …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • heartily — /hahr tl ee/, adv. 1. in a hearty manner; cordially: He was greeted heartily. 2. sincerely; genuinely: He sympathized heartily with their plight. 3. without restraint; exuberantly; vigorously: They laughed heartily. 4. with a hearty appetite: The …   Universalium

  • heartily — heart|i|ly [ˈha:tıli US ˈha:r ] adv 1.) with energy and enjoyment ▪ Great to see you, she said heartily. ▪ Hugh laughed heartily at the joke. 2.) completely or very much ▪ This is a book I heartily recommend to all hill walkers. ▪ Madge had… …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • heartily — heart|i|ly [ hartıli ] adverb 1. ) in a loud or enthusiastic way: Jones laughed heartily at his little joke. I heartily agree with her. 2. ) if you eat heartily, you eat everything on your plate with enthusiasm 3. ) completely or extremely: I d… …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • heartily — UK [ˈhɑː(r)tɪlɪ] / US [ˈhɑrtɪlɪ] adverb 1) in a loud or enthusiastic way Jones laughed heartily at his little joke. 2) completely or extremely I d grown heartily sick of London. I heartily agree with her. 3) if you eat heartily, you eat… …   English dictionary

  • heartily — heart•i•ly [[t]ˈhɑr tl i[/t]] adv. 1) in a hearty manner; cordially 2) sincerely; genuinely: He sympathized heartily[/ex] 3) exuberantly: We laughed heartily[/ex] 4) with a hearty appetite: They ate heartily[/ex] 5) thoroughly: I m heartily sick… …   From formal English to slang

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