English version

richly

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishrichlyrich‧ly /ˈrΙͺtΚƒli/ adverb πŸ”Š πŸ”Š 1 BEAUTIFUL/GOOD-LOOKINGif something is richly decorated, it is decorated a lot, in a way that is beautiful πŸ”Š a richly carved ceiling πŸ”Š a cloak richly embroidered with gold thread2 if someone is richly dressed, they are dressed in expensive clothes3 β†’ richly coloured4 β†’ richly flavoured/scented5 β†’ richly deserve6 LOT/LARGE NUMBER OR AMOUNTcontaining large amounts of something πŸ”Š a richly wooded valley πŸ”Š an area that is richly endowed with wildlife7 β†’ richly rewarding
Examples from the Corpus
richlyβ€’ The keystones are richly carved and the arch soffit is deeply coffered and enriched.β€’ We walked along ancient stone irrigation channels down the richly cultivated terraces of San Blas Bay.β€’ Her pictures remain richly evocative of natural forms and textures.β€’ The bread was dark and richly flavored.β€’ richly furnished roomsβ€’ Life is far more richly graded and shaded, in reality, than terms like working-class and middle-class allow.β€’ This means that the building is, however richly ornamented, a simple hall.β€’ Each Gospel begins with a richly ornamented page in which the opening words of the text are submerged by the decoration.β€’ The sides of the casket are richly ornate in artistic enamel work and includes cameo paintings of the Kenilworth and Larne clubhouses.β€’ He accepted a richly paid position with the company.
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