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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishheartilyheart‧i‧ly /ˈhɑːtəli $ ˈhɑːr-/ adverb  1 LOUD/NOISYHAPPYwith energy and enjoyment ‘Great to see you, ’ she said heartily. Hugh laughed heartily at the joke.2 VERYcompletely or very much This is a book I heartily recommend to all hill walkers. Madge had become heartily sick of the city.3 eat heartily
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heartilyRyan laughed heartily.He was nineteen, not uncomely, and Topaz disliked him most heartily.How could she eat so heartily and never put an ounce on her bony frame?Lawyers on both sides of the Simpson case heartily endorse that sentiment.Franklin Roosevelt, who equated wealth with energy and idealism, heartily endorsed the appointment.Leonora was heartily glad to wave her off to her party.She was heartily glad when they were installed at last in front of the fire, trays on knees.Nestor made them heartily welcome, but about the object of their coming he could give them little help.laughed heartilyThis they did two or three times, forgetting my presence, and laughed heartily at the mistake.heartily sick ofThe next ball, the bowler, by now heartily sick of the sight of my man, dug one in short.
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