[ US /ˈhitɪdɫi/ ]
  1. in a heated manner
    the children were arguing hotly
    `To say I am behind the strike is so much nonsense,' declared Mr Harvey heatedly
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How To Use heatedly In A Sentence

  • For several minutes, we parried heatedly, as I kept repeating my offer, and he kept repeating his excuses.
  • It happens my wife and I agree wholeheatedly with the goals of "responsible tourism" and would go nuts lying on a beach for more than a day or ever setting foot in an all-inclusive resort segregated from local cultures. Tourism as The White Man�s Burden
  • She caught his glance and smiled briefly, and looked back at Gertrude who was talking heatedly about embroidered doilies and macramé plant holders.
  • Demonstrators from both sides sparred heatedly inside and outside the historic courthouse.
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  • You didn't feel even a touch of sympathy? " Chuehhui asked heatedly.
  • The crowd continued to argue heatedly about the best way to tackle the problem.
  • Vice President Nixon, who had been silent to this point, heatedly argued that the United States would have “a hell of a time” getting Congress to support sending American forces to fight the Israelis. Eisenhower 1956
  • As a matter of fact, I don't even "heatedly" debate anymore (even though I do express my beliefs). Black Zedd Basic Literature
  • His trial ended in conviction, and he was sentenced to hang, but Boyington heatedly maintained his innocence to the very gallows.
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