warmly

[ US /ˈwɔɹmɫi/ ]
[ UK /wˈɔːmli/ ]
ADVERB
  1. in a warm manner
    warmly dressed
    warm-clad skiers
  2. in a hearty manner
    `Yes,' the children chorused heartily
    We welcomed her warmly
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How To Use warmly In A Sentence

  • The P. 's have now got the book, and like it very much; their niece Eleanor has recommended it most warmly to them -- _She_ looks like a rejected addresser. Jane Austen, Her Life and Letters A Family Record
  • Although the race, the last on the card, was a fairly ordinary event, it had great significance for Oliver, who was warmly greeted by racegoers.
  • Both questions will be warmly discussed at the meeting.
  • I am aware that the Tanglewood Music Festival in Lenox, Mass. gave a number of contemporary music concerts this year and they were very warmly received. Skin and Bone
  • They were all warmly welcomed by the Athenian population - but the atmosphere was febrile. Times, Sunday Times
  • Likewise, the Chinese cultural centers set up in recent years in Paris, Berlin and Valletta are warmly received by many Europeans.
  • Having orgasms should be a pleasurable, thrilling experience… they make you breathless, your whole body becomes warmly ‘buzzed’, drained and satisfied.
  • Edouard Collin is a tall wisp of a French teenager, all well-tanned Parisian sinew with a sharp-angled, warmly expressive face born to be placed in front of a camera.
  • He did this sitting down, and he stood up to do it; and all the while the dog sat in the snow, its wolf-brush of a tail curled around warmly over its forefeet, its sharp wolf-ears pricked forward intently as it watched the man. To Build a Fire
  • She was very close to Lillie and spoke of her aunt warmly as a patient and loving person who adored her and her brothers.
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