Highly Definition

hīlē
adverb
In or to a high place.
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In a high office or rank.
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In or to a high degree; very much; very; extremely.
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With high approval or esteem; favorably.
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At a high level, wage, etc.
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Origin of Highly

  • From Middle English hiȝly, heȝly, heyȝliche, from Old English hēalīce (“highly”), equivalent to high +‎ -ly. Cognate with Dutch hoogelijk (“highly”), German höchlich (“highly”), Danish højlig (“highly”), Swedish högligen (“highly”).

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