English version

warmly

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishwarmlywarm‧ly /ˈwɔːmli $ ˈwɔːrm-/ ●○○ adverb  1 FRIENDLYin a friendly way opp coldly Terry greeted the visitor warmly. We were warmly welcomed by the villagers. Jack smiled warmly.2 HOTin a way that makes something or someone warm Pat wrapped the baby up warmly. Make sure that the children are dressed warmly.3 ENTHUSIASTICin a way that shows that you like something very much His speech was warmly received.
Examples from the Corpus
warmlyI sprang to my feet. "I am your man, " I declared warmly.Now, on a bright September morning, the sun shone warmly on the terrible little group that crossed the prison yard.The Bill does that and more, and I hope that it will be warmly received.We were warmly welcomed by the villagers.Some have actually instituted casual dress on snowy days so that workers can dress comfortably and warmly when the weather turns sour.smiled warmlyHe looked at us and smiled warmly.Next to him, Rose Mary, his wife and my good friend, smiled warmly.She babbled a lot and smiled warmly at her parents and the babysitter.Once Chuck turned and grinned delightedly at her as he paused to mop his brow, and she smiled warmly back.
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