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greatly

adverb great·ly \ˈgrāt-lē\

: to a great extent or degree : very much

Full Definition of GREATLY

1
:  to a great extent or degree :  very much <contributed greatly to improved relations> <not greatly bothered>
2
:  in a great manner :  nobly, magnanimously <a man may live greatly in the law — O. W. Holmes †1935>

Examples of GREATLY

  1. She has contributed greatly to our success.
  2. They don't seem to be greatly bothered by the delay.

First Known Use of GREATLY

13th century

Rhymes with GREATLY

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