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highly
Definition:
in a high position or level or rank; " details known by only a few highly placed persons"

Synonyms:

adverb
exceedingly
inordinately, enormously, vitally, in a marked degree, superlatively, hugely, immoderately.
extremely
profoundly, prohibitively, very, exorbitantly, drastically, terrifically, immensely, nth degree, deeply.
highly
Atmospherically, loftily.
sizably
magnificently, expansively, widely, greatly, dimensionally, voluminously, sizably, broadly, largely, extensively, Corpulently, chunkily.
sufficiently
well.
well
plentifully, fittingly, becomingly, luxuriantly, by a wide margin, effortlessly.
adverb
all
highly.
eminently
suitably, outstandingly, conspicuously, prominently, very, highly.
exceedingly
immoderately, excessively, enormously, superlatively, especially, in a marked degree, too much, extraordinarily, vitally, inordinately, unusually.
extremely
too, exorbitantly, extremely, almighty, utterly, rarely, markedly, over, severely, ultra*, drastically, uncommonly, quite, overly, totally, intensely, very*, acutely, mortally, very, unduly, overmuch, prohibitively, radically, to nth degree, violently.
greatly
infinitely, emphatically, famously, inimitably, incomparably, on a large scale, abundantly, mightily, much, incredibly, glaringly, indeed, incalculably, largely, powerfully, in great measure, immeasurably, by much, most.
highly
plenty, bloody*, exceptionally, real, strikingly, extraordinarily, so much, deeply, but good, greatly, awful, so, notably, surpassingly, tremendously, awfully, really, right, terribly, mighty, decidedly, exceedingly, vastly, eminently, profoundly, terrifically, mucho, extremely, too much*, powerful, very much, loftily, Atmospherically, immensely, parlous, supremely, hugely, remarkably, jolly.
much
oft, repeatedly, again and again, considerably, over and over, often, a great deal, frequently, time and time again, regularly.
notably
particularly, noticeably, signally, distinctly, reputably.
right
perfectly, advantageous, well, for the better, to advantage, favorably, fortunately.
sizably
magnificently, expansively, widely, greatly, dimensionally, voluminously, sizably, broadly, largely, extensively, Corpulently, chunkily.
terribly
badly, frightfully, disturbingly, staggeringly, unbelievably, thoroughly, fearfully, seriously, gravely, dreadfully, horribly, unhappily, notoriously, discouragingly, desperately, unfortunately.
well
readily.
noun
highly
extremely.
Examples of usage:
  1. But they are responsible for my having for a long time thought very highly of you, Miss Riis. – Three Comedies by Björnstjerne M. Björnson Commentator: R. Farquharson Sharp
  2. My lords and gentlemen, I assure you the Princess of Wales will be highly gratified to hear how kindly on this, as on every other public occasion, you have received her name and health, and I beg to thank you for the kind manner in which you have listened to the few remarks I have made." – Speeches and Addresses of H. R. H. the Prince of Wales: 1863-1888 by Edward VII
  3. " I do not know that I think so highly of the church as you do," said Caroline. – The Bertrams by Anthony Trollope
  4. In these bold but highly significant words Manning pointed to what many better men choose to be blind to. – Letters From Rome on the Council by Johann Joseph Ignaz von Döllinger
  5. I shall enjoy myself highly. – The Home Mission by T.S. Arthur Edition: 10 Language: English

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