View definitions for hugely


adverb as in awfully

adverb as in mightily

adverb as in tremendously

adverb as in vastly

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Example Sentences

Universally beloved and hugely influential, it is nevertheless a bit long in the tooth in some ways.

If nothing else, it's hugely impressive from a technical perspective.

Covid-19, marks a hugely important moment in time when the scientific research community came together across disciplines and sectors and borders.

His father is a member of the Yoruba tribe and his mother an Ibo, which meant their union was “hugely frowned upon.”

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Our ability to copy the minds of others is hugely important.

The Royal Family has benefited hugely from the American blood in its veins.

Hollywood has developed a habit of relying on what worked best in the past, and 300 was hugely successful.

In his first term, Dan Malloy enacted a hugely ambitious progressive agenda.

Many were just eager to forget, absolve, or overlook serious accusations, simply because doing so would be hugely convenient.

The fall of Aleppo will be hugely tragic—“psychologically and optically devastating,” says Itani.

He enjoyed himself hugely fighting all day and dancing all night, when he could spare the time from his books.

"I was your most frequent visitor," declared the doctor, enjoying himself hugely.

The soldiers were hugely delighted with their haul, and gave us some packets of dynamite as mementoes!

Are they so hugely interested in the performances of my unassuming penna?

But the public knew all about the postage-stamps and enjoyed the coincidence hugely.


On this page you'll find 287 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to hugely, such as: dreadfully, excessively, extremely, immensely, quite, and terribly.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.