heartily

[hahr-tl-ee]
adverb
1.
in a hearty manner; cordially: He was greeted heartily.
2.
sincerely; genuinely: He sympathized heartily with their plight.
3.
without restraint; exuberantly; vigorously: They laughed heartily.
4.
with a hearty appetite: The campers ate heartily.
5.
thoroughly; completely: I'm heartily sick of your complaining.

Origin:
1250–1300; Middle English hertili. See hearty, -ly

overheartily, adverb
quasi-heartily, adverb
superheartily, adverb
unheartily, adverb
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heartily (ˈhɑːtɪlɪ)
 
adv
1.  thoroughly or vigorously: to eat heartily
2.  in a sincere manner: he congratulated me heartily on my promotion

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Example sentences
The reader can disagree heartily with such a prediction but probably make some
  of his own along the same lines.
The light went out for them, and they became bitter apostates of what they once
  believed in so heartily.
He laughs heartily and frequently in a ha-ha-ha staccato.
No wonder he's laughing ubiquitously and so heartily.
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