zealously


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zeal·ous

 (zĕl′əs)
adj.
Filled with or motivated by zeal; fervent.

zeal′ous·ly adv.
zeal′ous·ness n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adv.1.zealously - in a zealous manner; "she worked zealously to raise funds for the literacy project"
Translations
بِحَماسَه
horlivě
entusiastiskt
meî ákafa
hevesle

zealously

[ˈzeləslɪ] ADVcon entusiasmo

zealously

[ˈzɛləsli] adv
[apply, enforce] → avec zèle
[guard, protect] → jalousement

zealously

adv pursue, guard, supporteifrig

zealously

[ˈzɛləslɪ] adv (support) → con zelo, in modo zelante

zeal

(ziːl) noun
enthusiasm or keenness.
zealous (ˈzeləs) adjective
enthusiastic; keen. He is a zealous supporter of our cause.
ˈzealously adverb
References in classic literature ?
The helpful inmate had departed, without one backward glance to gather up the meed of gratitude, if any were in the hearts of those whom she had served so zealously.
In the promotion of this object she was zealously active, as far as her ability reached; and missed no opportunity of projecting weddings among all the young people of her acquaintance.
He zealously undertook to do so, and to intercept any newspaper through which it might, without such precautions, reach him.
As my eyes met theirs I was, for the second time, the recipient of their zealously guarded applause.
As for Kory-Kory, he appeared to think that we were in the midst of great events, and sought most zealously to impress me with a due sense of their importance.
They zealously then pushed to us with poles six, and yoked them with a heavy tree.
It had then seemed the object nearest her heart, that Dr Shirley, the rector, who for more than forty years had been zealously discharging all the duties of his office, but was now growing too infirm for many of them, should be quite fixed on engaging a curate; should make his curacy quite as good as he could afford, and should give Charles Hayter the promise of it.
You are in the hands of officials who zealously study your welfare and your interest, instead of turning their talents to the invention of new methods of discommoding and snubbing you, as is very often the main employment of that exceedingly self-satisfied monarch, the railroad conductor of America.
Though the diplomatists still firmly believed in the possibility of peace and worked zealously to that end, and though the Emperor Napoleon himself wrote a letter to Alexander, calling him Monsieur mon frere, and sincerely assured him that he did not want war and would always love and honor him- yet he set off to join his army, and at every station gave fresh orders to accelerate the movement of his troops from west to east.
Since Werper had evinced a desire to possess his glittering pebbles, Tarzan, with the suspicions of a savage, had guarded the baubles, of whose worth he was entirely ignorant, as zealously as though they spelled life or death to him.
Never had runaways from Berande been more zealously hunted.
One who is obstinately and zealously attached to an opinion