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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishcordiallycor‧di‧al‧ly /ˈkɔːdiəli $ ˈkɔːrdʒəli/ adverb  1 FRIENDLYin a friendly but polite and formal way You are cordially invited to our wedding on May 9.2 cordially dislike/loathe etc
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cordiallyThey were required to remain together in the public eye, but in reality loathed each other cordially.The President greeted me cordially, but formally-the way he did heads of uncooperative states.The Volunteers were received cordially but with restraint.It was a happy day when it dawned on me that there was no actual impediment to my cordially disliking both lots.I should have agreed with him more cordially if that one man had been somebody else.It was made clear that all missioners, superintendents and hearing clergymen interested in deaf people were cordially invited to attend.I was able to work cordially with Jan.
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