wholehearted

[hohl-hahr-tid]
adjective
fully or completely sincere, enthusiastic, energetic, etc.; hearty; earnest: a wholehearted attempt to comply.

Origin:
1830–40, Americanism; whole + hearted

wholeheartedly, adverb
wholeheartedness, noun
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wholehearted (ˌhəʊlˈhɑːtɪd)
 
adj
done, acted, given, etc, with total sincerity, enthusiasm, or commitment
 
whole'heartedly
 
adv
 
whole'heartedness
 
n

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Example sentences
People took the suggestion, agreed wholeheartedly, wrote rhapsodic reviews.
Maybe it's because society hasn't wholeheartedly accepted the idea of working
  remotely.
In any case, by the time he built the house on the lake, he believed
  wholeheartedly in his own greatness.
The media industry, by contrast, welcomes it wholeheartedly.
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