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
What a wonderful, talented woman who will be dearly missed.
All anyone could talk about after the Golden State Warriors’ Game 1 win in overtime was the J.R. Smith blunder in the final seconds that cost the Cleveland Cavaliers dearly.
It’s hard to describe the aesthetic of PBS’s new two-part miniseries Little Women other than to say it’s Louisa May Alcott by way of Blake Lively’s dearly departed rustic Americana lifestyle-website, Preserve.
She will be dearly missed by her loving family and many friends.
The dearly departed was 66 and eligible for the full monthly benefit payment of $2,000.
Like many of the previous line extensions, Bud Light Orange is a modern-day hybrid from a beer company hoping dearly for its next hit: a little bit beer, a little bit soda, a little bit cocktail — and most palatable with a shot of tequila.
Fox News has paid dearly for the numerous harassment allegations.
In fact, Miller might not even be the reliever who’s been missed the most dearly by Cleveland in 2018.
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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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