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[hˈa͡ɪlɪ], [hˈa‍ɪlɪ], [h_ˈaɪ_l_ɪ]

Synonyms for Highly:

highly (adverb)

atmospherically, loftily.

sizably (adverb)

broadly, chunkily, corpulently, dimensionally, expansively, extensively, greatly, largely, magnificently, sizably, voluminously, widely.

Other synonyms and related words:

Belaud, Monumentally, Panegyrize, Roaringly, That, able, abound, abundant, abundantly, acclamate, acme, affectionately, altitude, amiably, ample, apex, apparent, applaud, approbate, approve, approvingly, archly, argue, aristocratic, arrive at, arrogantly, as all creation, as all get-out, assert, astronomically, attest, authoritatively, awful, awfully, badly, beaucoup, bepraise, big, big time, bigger, bigly, bigness, bless, blisteringly, bluely, boast, bone, broad, broder, capitally, catch at straws, cheer, chiefly, clap the hands, climax, color, color too highly, colossally, comme il faut, commend, completed, compliment, conclude, considerable, considerably, contend, convince, cool, cope, copious, cordially, courtly, crest, cruel, cry up, culmination, dearly, decidedly, declare, deep, deeply, defend, degree, discuss, disobedient, distant, done, done for, dreadfully, effectively, eldest, elevation, eminence, eminent, eminently, encore, enormously, enthusiastically, esteem, eulogize, ever, ever so, ever so much, exaggerate, exalt, exaltation, exalted, exceeding, exceedingly, excellently, exceptionally, excessively, exorbitantly, expensively, expostulate, extended, extol, extra, extraordinarily, extraordinary, extravagantly, extremely, famous, fashionable, favorably, favourably, fiercely, fight, flatter, flourish, forcible, frightfully, full, full of energy, fulsomely, fustily, gallows, galore, gamely, gamily, genially, genteel, gentlemanlike, glorify, glowingly, good deal, graciously, grade, grandeur, grandly, grapple, great, great deal, great many, greatness, grittily, hard, harshly, haughtily, heartily, heavily, heftily, height, heighten, high-, highness, huge, hugely, immensely, importantly, in few instances, in great measure, in the extreme, incomparably, incredibly, indeed, indicate, influential, influentially, infrequently, inordinately, intense, intensely, jolly, jugful a, juicily, just, kind-heartedly, kindly, largeness, larger, laud, level, like anything, lot, lot of, loudly, lovingly, magnify, majorly, make great, make large, make much of, manage, manifest, manifold, mellowly, merrily, mickle, mightily, mighty, misrepresent, monumental, more than, most, much, much more, muchly, naughtily, never so, no end, no end of, noble, not a little, not often, notable, notably, numerous, oddly, of gentle blood, of rank, oldest, oppose, outreckon, overcolor, overestimate, overlarge, overly, overpraise, overprize, overrate, overreckon, overstrain, overvalue, overweigh, parlous, particularly, passing, patrician, pay a tribute, peak, peculiarly, pinnacle, plenty, postulate, powerfully, praise, praisefully, preparation, pretty much, primely, princely, principally, prize, profoundly, profusely, prominently, proner, puff, quite, rancidly, rarely, rattling, reach at, ready, real, really, remarkably, right, ripe, seldom, severely, sharply, shocking, shrilly, significantly, sing praises to, size, sky, so, so much, so very much, soaringly, solid, sorely, spacious, speak well of, specially, sped, stable, stature, steady, steeply, stoically, strain, strangely, strikingly, strong, strong person, strongly, stupendously, substantially, summit, super, surpassingly, surround, swell, tally, terribly, think good, think highly of, think much of, think well of, thorough, thoroughly, thrice, thumping, titled, to the skies, too, toweringly, tremendously, uncommon, uncommonly, unreal, unusual, value, vast, vastly, very, very much, vie, visible, warm-heartedly, warmly, way, weigh, well, well-born, what a, what a bloody, whopping, worst kind, wrought out.

Rhymes for Highly:

  1. slyly, wylie, shyly, riley, wily, vilely;
  2. kiley, dryly;

Quotes for Highly:

  1. There are many highly successful businesses in the United States. There are also many highly paid executives. The policy is not to intermingle the two. Norman Ralph Augustine.
  2. Under these conditions it is not astonishing that learning was highly prized; in fact, my parents made sacrifices to be able to give their children a good education. Simon van der Meer.
  3. I have great expectations for the future, because the past was highly overrated. Sylvester Stallone.

Idioms of Highly:

  1. speak highly of sm or sth;
  2. speak highly of;