cordially[ kawr-juhl or, esp. British, -dee-uhl ]SEE DEFINITION OF cordially
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CORDIALLY
The three gentlemen parted most cordially from him after he had paid the check.
For her sake her beloved sister should be cordially welcomed.
"I'm glad to see you, Mr. Watts," said the journalist, cordially.
It scarcely need be said, that this invitation was most cordially accepted.
In all her labors she was cordially seconded and efficiently aided by her husband.
Here she again thanked him cordially for his attentions during the day.
I thank you, my dear, most cordially I thank you, for your kind offers.
The young man looked at his fare slyly, and cordially agreed with him.
Then he rose and stretched his hand across the table to Kenyon, who grasped it cordially.
I cordially reciprocated that sentiment, and I want to have nothing to say to you.'