All Adverb
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  • And do you wholeheartedly love those other women's boys-- who did not die? Cited from The Certain Hour, by James Branch Cabell
  • Every one was far too happy to do wrong, and enjoyed themselves wholeheartedly. Cited from Twenty Years Of Balkan Tangle, by Mary Edith Durham
  • I can wholeheartedly promise you that we will not be trying to be anything we are not.
  • She's more responsible than her husband but still loves him wholeheartedly.
  • So at least we all believe, and in the meanwhile trust wholeheartedly. Cited from London to Ladysmith via Pretoria, by Winston Spencer Churchill
  • She also hopes to be loved by a man wholeheartedly despite her looks.
  • The love team became very popular and was accepted by the masses wholeheartedly.
  • And just as simply and wholeheartedly as you made the offer, I accept it. Cited from Her Father's Daughter, by Gene Stratton-Porter
  • Unlike professional literary critics, most prominent Russian writers of the time supported the novel wholeheartedly.
  • He would wholeheartedly teach all his students unlike other family ustads of the era.
  • He married and applied himself wholeheartedly to family life.
  • It is believed that people who come for Darshans wholeheartedly get what they want.
  • Here is a kid who really threw himself into the picture wholeheartedly.
  • Therefore she devoted herself wholeheartedly to the cause of opposing the British rule.
  • He offered her to take her to Mumbai and she wholeheartedly agreed.
  • Time has shown that critics have a tendency to either praise them wholeheartedly or else distance themselves from them.
  • But once Mammooty agreed to do the role he got into it wholeheartedly.
  • At the same time, the League is wholeheartedly political and works to influence policy through advocacy.
  • All the family members accepted her wholeheartedly, too.
  • The Italian American community wholeheartedly supported the war effort, and its young men enlisted in large numbers.
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Meaning of wholeheartedly

  • adverb Without reserve; without reservation
    he adopted wholeheartedly some of the policies that he had previously criticized