heartily

[ hahr-tl-ee ]SEE DEFINITION OF heartily

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR HEARTILY

In the meantime, if it be any pleasure to you to know it, I trust you heartily.

We should heartily wish them to remain, and persuade them to do so.

I played as heartily as I worked, but I studied with a will, too, and passed a score of mates.

I heartily join with you in wishing her every good that life can bring her.

Not but what he heartily enjoys a speech; but he somehow cannot make one, or will not try.

This was close stowage, and I was heartily glad when I quitted the ship.

These few words had sufficed to shame me heartily of my cowardice.

"You render me very grateful, Tom," said Major Cross, heartily.

Though I thank you heartily all the same; it would be a shame at my age to be a beggar.

Most heartily I thank you for the kind dispatch of your last favour.

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