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Universally beloved and hugely influential, it is nevertheless a bit long in the tooth in some ways.
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If nothing else, it's hugely impressive from a technical perspective.
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Covid-19, marks a hugely important moment in time when the scientific research community came together across disciplines and sectors and borders.
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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.
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There’s a hugely underserved portion of the audience here that is not only family but clearly — women are more than half of the population.
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He enjoyed himself hugely fighting all day and dancing all night, when he could spare the time from his books.
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"I was your most frequent visitor," declared the doctor, enjoying himself hugely.
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The soldiers were hugely delighted with their haul, and gave us some packets of dynamite as mementoes!
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Are they so hugely interested in the performances of my unassuming penna?
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WORDS RELATED TO HUGELY

  • a great deal
  • again and again
  • considerably
  • decidedly
  • eminently
  • exceedingly
  • exceptionally
  • extremely
  • frequently
  • highly
  • hugely
  • indeed
  • notably
  • oft
  • often
  • over and over
  • regularly
  • repeatedly
  • surpassingly
  • time and time again
  • very
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