zealously

[ zel-uh s ]SEE DEFINITION OF zealously

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ZEALOUSLY

One who is obstinately and zealously attached to an opinion that you do not entertain.

Never was an estate kept so zealously private, and, does monsieur know?

It was a thing that I had ever most zealously kept hidden, as already I have shown.

If you do not work too zealously to save her, your reward will be the heart of him whom you love at last.

An hundred servants hedged them about,––hedged them in as zealously as jailers.

I can read them zealously but apparently do not get to the bottom and cannot retain what I do read.

If he was 'zealously affected,' it was always 'in a good thing.'

He applied himself readily and zealously, but did not work consecutively.

They sprang to their stations as zealously as though they had no thought but for the honor of the ship.

When Jeremiah does this zealously, he incurs not only hate but also the gravest dangers.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR ZEALOUSLY

strenuously

adverbhard
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