fiercely

All Adverb
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  • All that is certain is that she caught fire almost at once and burned fiercely.
  • However, because she was fiercely independent, she made a conscious decision not to marry.
  • The battle was one of the most fiercely contested of the whole war.
  • Every time he went into battle, the men under him would compete fiercely to earn the top credit.
  • The second group was more fiercely contested with each nation claiming at least one victory.
  • The movie really talks about women who survive, women who fight fiercely.
  • Except for her brief marriage to George Parks, she remained a fiercely independent single woman.
  • As a result he was quite close to his older brother, and at the same time fiercely competitive with him.
  • This title is claimed by many other areas but is fiercely defended by residents of the area.
  • She's fiercely moral and determined that something positive will come out of their predicament.
  • The houses compete fiercely to win the House Cup, awarded at the end of every school year.
  • The early residents were fiercely independent and bent on conducting their own affairs.
  • This backfired, since their news instead made these defenders fight all the more fiercely.
  • Dunlop worked fiercely to ensure that his men were paid for their three months of service.
  • The sire will often stay nearby, and both parents will fiercely attack anything approaching their eggs.
  • It has a "fiercely independent spirit" and always maintained a quality of independence and individual identity.
  • Act so fiercely that they have no chance to do anything before giving the oath of allegiance.
  • Like his sister, he is usually kind and compassionate, but can be fiercely independent when he wants to.
  • She, like her husband, is liberal and fiercely political.
  • He is however fiercely loyal to his father and the republic.
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Meaning of fiercely

  • adverb In an emotionally fierce manner
    she was fiercely proud of her children