What is another word for cordially?

380 synonyms found


[ kˈɔːdɪəli], [ kˈɔːdɪəli], [ k_ˈɔː_d_ɪ__ə_l_i]

Cordially is an adverb that is often used to express warm and friendly feelings towards someone. Some synonyms for cordially include warmly, affably, genially, amiably, graciously, kindly, hospitably, and benevolently. These words are used to convey a positive and welcoming tone in formal or informal communication. For example, "I cordially invite you to join us for dinner" can be rewritten as "I warmly invite you to join us for dinner" or "I am pleased to invite you to join us for dinner." Using synonyms for cordially can help to add variation and depth to our language, while also conveying a sense of sincerity and genuine interest in others.

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What are the opposite words for cordially?

Cordially, an adverb used to express friendliness, kindness or politeness, has several antonyms that convey the opposite meaning. Firstly, rudely can be used as a direct antonym for cordially, which is used to describe unfriendly, discourteous or impolite behavior. Secondly, coldly can be used as an antonym for cordially, meaning to express aloofness or indifference to one's feelings. Thirdly, cold-bloodedly can be used as a stronger antonym for cordially, denoting cruelty or detachment lacking in kindness or empathy, and finally, brusquely can be used as an antonym, which relates to abrupt and blunt communication without warmth or friendliness.

Usage examples for Cordially

"I am glad to know that we are to have a new pupil," she said cordially.
"Marjorie Dean High School Freshman"
Pauline Lester
"So does mine," returned Marjorie, cordially.
"Marjorie Dean High School Freshman"
Pauline Lester
Mary Martin had not advanced many steps within the hall when both her hands were cordially grasped, and a kind voice, which she at once recognized as Mr. Repton's, said, Here I am, my dear Miss Martin; arrived in time, too, to welcome you home again.
"The Martins Of Cro' Martin, Vol. II (of II)"
Charles James Lever

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