Examples of heartily in a Sentence
I heartily recommend the movie.
I'm heartily sick of their complaints.
Recent Examples of heartily from the Web
While every team in baseball — and most in professional sports — now utilize advanced data, no team in baseball has embraced it as heartily as the Astros have.
New York’s bats—Aaron Judge and Gary Sanchez in particular—have been celebrated heartily this fall, and its bullpen has been credited with an assist on several late comeback wins.
Four years earlier, Democrats chortled heartily when President Obama mocked Mitt Romney in their foreign-policy debate for describing Russia as the chief geostrategic foe of the United States.
Irving was booed heartily in his return to Cleveland Tuesday for the season opener, won by the Cavs.
All teams were acknowledged heartily by the thousands who attended.
The fieriest segment of Sutton’s book takes place during the Civil War, a conflict during which Kansans heartily fought and died for the Union side.
A police officer, using a common text-message expression for laughing heartily, wrote back: 'Lmao!
There’s something fundamentally refreshing about a breed of hospitality that so heartily embraces fun.
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First Known Use of heartily
Synonymsbrightly, cheerfully, cheerily, happily, gaily, jocosely, jovially, merrily, mirthfully, smilingly
Antonymsbleakly, cheerlessly, darkly, heavily, miserably, morosely, unhappily
Related Wordsamusedly, exuberantly, giddily, gigglingly, joyfully, joyously; blithely, blithesomely, breezily, gladly, gladsomely, laughingly, lightheartedly, sunnily; amicably, friendlily, friendly, good-humoredly, good-naturedly, jocularly; hopefully, optimistically, sanguinely; blissfully, elatedly, euphorically, rapturously
Near Antonymsabjectly, dejectedly, despondently, disconsolately, dispiritedly, wretchedly; dolefully, dolorously, forlornly, mournfully, plaintively, sorrowfully; dourly, glumly, mirthlessly, sourly, sternly, sulkily, sullenly; blackly, dismally, drearily, gloomily, pessimistically
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