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abundantly, actively, acutely, amazingly, amply, animatedly, ardently, assiduously, astonishingly, awesomely, breathlessly, briskly, con brio, conspicuously, copiously, cordially, deafeningly, devotedly, devoutly, dingdong, earnestly, eminently, emphatically, energetically, enthusiastically, exceptionally, excitedly, exhaustively, exquisitely, extraordinarily, exuberantly, famously, fervently, fervidly, fiercely, firmly, forcefully, forcibly, furiously, generously, glaringly, glowingly, gravely, heart and soul, heartily, heatedly, impassionedly, imperviously, impregnably, impressively, incredibly, intently, invincibly, invulnerably, irresistibly, keenly, kindly, loudly, lustily, magically, magnanimously, magnificently, markedly, marvelously, mightily, nobly, notably, painstakingly, particularly, passionately, peculiarly, perfervidly, pointedly, powerfully, preeminently, profusely, prominently, pronouncedly, pungently, remarkably, resistantly, richly, robustly, ruggedly, seriously, severely, signally, sincerely, singularly, soundly, spiritedly, splendidly, stalwartly, staunchly, stoutly, strenuously, strikingly, strongly, sturdily, superlatively, surpassingly, surprisingly, thoroughly, uncommonly, unremittingly, unusually, unyieldingly, vehemently, viciously, vigorously, violently, vivaciously, warmly, with pep, wonderfully, wondrous, worthily, zealously, zestfully

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  • Intensely — In*tense ly, adv. 1. Intently. [Obs.] J. Spencer. [1913 Webster] 2. To an extreme degree; as, weather intensely cold. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • intensely — adverb a) In an intense manner. He pursued his studies intensely. b) To an intense degree, extremely. An intensely private man, he kept chit chat to a minimum …   Wiktionary

  • intensely — adv. Intensely is used with these adjectives: ↑alive, ↑aware, ↑bright, ↑claustrophobic, ↑coloured, ↑competitive, ↑conscious, ↑controversial, ↑curious, ↑dramatic, ↑emotional, ↑ …   Collocations dictionary

  • intensely — intense ► ADJECTIVE (intenser, intensest) 1) of extreme force, degree, or strength. 2) extremely earnest or serious. DERIVATIVES intensely adverb intenseness noun. ORIGIN Latin intensus stretched tightly, strained , from int …   English terms dictionary

  • intensely — adverb in an intense manner (Freq. 3) he worked intensely • Derived from adjective: ↑intense …   Useful english dictionary

  • intensely — adverb see intense …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • intensely — See intense. * * * …   Universalium

  • intensely — (Roget s IV) modif. Syn. deeply, profoundly, strongly; see very …   English dictionary for students

  • intensely — in tense·ly || ɪn tenslɪ adv. extremely, greatly, powerfully; strongly, profoundly, deeply; acutely, severely; strenuously …   English contemporary dictionary

  • intensely — in·tense·ly …   English syllables

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