muchly


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muchly

(ˈmʌtʃlɪ)
adv
1. greatly
2. mainly, primarily
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GOVERNMENT RETREATS OVER MUCHLY CRITICIZED WEAPONS LAW
Muchly enjoyed the editorial, "Root Cause Analysis." I'm a big believer in RCA myself.
If you can contribute something, you know it will be appreciated, and muchly needed.
It's muchly her story, with Tru as the backdrop because Tru has been working on a serial murderer case.
A group of chocoholics in the village of Muchly Bottom begin holding meetings so they can pay tribute to their favourite foodstuff.
(10) The computer was invented in 1946 by Presper Eckert and Jon Muchly. See Richard B.