English version

madly

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishmadlymad‧ly /ˈmædli/ adverb 🔊 🔊 1 LOVEextremely and in a very strong way syn wildly 🔊 She fell madly in love with him. 🔊 Suddenly, I felt madly jealous.2 CONTROLin a wild uncontrolled way syn wildly 🔊 The sign swung madly in the wind.
Examples from the Corpus
madlyMen, women and babies are detached in small groups or bunched together in fantastic clusters, gesticulating madly.She must fall madly and irrevocably in love with Robert, a dim-witted janitor.I married Danny because I was madly in love and wanted to share my life with him.Still, he is absolutely, madly in love with me.He saw a college spy, madly in love.The hands are clawed, deformed, seemingly clutching madly or reaching out in desperation.It was a box, shaking itself madly to free itself of the smashed timber around it.As soon as the train stops, passengers push madly toward the doors.madly in loveCindy Hill is married to some one else with whom I rather think she's madly in love.He saw a college spy, madly in love.I married Danny because I was madly in love and wanted to share my life with him.I was madly in love once, darling.It was about Claire Clairmont, madly in love with him.Still, he is absolutely, madly in love with me.I was madly in love with some one several years ago, but we never thought of getting married.The man who brought them to Deianira told her that Hercules was madly in love with this Princess.
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