Thesaurus / wholeheartedly


When the judge instructed him that he could not take firearms into the District, he said he understood “wholeheartedly.”

Clove then matches each commission and donates to an organization that each member believes in wholeheartedly throughout each fiscal quarter.

Flexible density highlights the potential for advances in automated mobility to unlock new design possibilities for buildings, infrastructure, and services—while not wholeheartedly re-organizing the future around their demands.

NBA Commissioner Adam Silver penned a letter to league employees after last week’s strike that said, “I wholeheartedly support NBA and WNBA players and their commitment to shining a light on important issues of social justice.”

They had fallen in love so wholeheartedly, so gaily, those two.

Mavis of Green HillFaith Baldwin

Wholeheartedly and with utter disregard of personal sacrifice this vast aggregation committed itself to the task.

You know how flippant, how 'fly-away,' he can be when the mood seizes him, how wholeheartedly he can play the fool.

Grey RosesHenry Harland

Once more Pal had saved the day; apparently Pop and the constable had wanted only, and wholeheartedly, to be rid of them.

Trading Jeff and his DogJames Arthur Kjelgaard

In the end he, like herself, must look on at the fun rather than share in it wholeheartedly.

And the chilled and hungry humans of the Alameda wolfed his hot concoctions and blessed him wholeheartedly.

The Viking BloodFrederick William Wallace

opposites of wholeheartedly

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


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