Examples of dearly in a Sentence
I would dearly love to see them again.
He dearly wanted to believe that it was true.
Recent Examples of dearly from the Web
Quanice Hayes was only seventeen years old when he was killed and taken from a family and community that loved him dearly,'' the notice says.
Eric will be dearly missed by his family and Ayne, and by friends, colleagues, and business associates.
The world changes around him, but his stubborn insistence on sticking to his principles costs him dearly.
Ohman has lived on Cape Cod for more than 40 years and loves it dearly.
Parents, unsurprisingly, pay dearly for these academics and amenities: High-school tuition is a little over $30,000, with about 20 percent of students receiving financial aid.
But old rancor combined with his drive to steer the party to the center cost him dearly.
Luiz has featured just five times for Chelsea since last October, when his performance in the Blues' 3-0 loss to Roma arguably cost the Blues dearly.
Those who had arrived early for dinner left with a special keepsake—a Zippo lighter engraved with a quote from Carrie Fisher, one of Hollywood’s dearly departed this year.
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DEARLY Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of dearly for English Language Learners
: very much
: in a way that is difficult or severe
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