highly

[ hahy-lee ]SEE DEFINITION OF highly

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR HIGHLY

The scenery in this portion of the river is highly exciting.

His countenance is mild and pleasant, and has a highly intellectual expression.

We do not understand them at all, but they are highly soothing and satisfactory.

But it will be observed that these are highly controversial subjects.

The purposes for which you intend your fruit is highly important.

To him all forms of betting were highly disastrous—most immoral.

Kingozi himself valued it highly, but he hoped and expected to get it back.

This good-natured fellow's present was highly valuable and useful to me.

The solicitude of the disciples on this occasion was highly laudable.

The language is highly figurative, and denotes earthquakes and storms.

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