What is another word for zealously?

Pronunciation: [zˈɛləsli] (IPA)

Zealously is an adverb that means to do something with great enthusiasm and passion. Some of the synonyms for zealously include fervently, passionately, ardently, intensely, earnestly, resolutely, dedicatedly, devotedly, and persistently. Fervently means to do something with intense warmth and passion. Passionately means to do something with strong emotions and deep feeling. Ardently means to do something with intense or burning passion. Intensely means to do something with a lot of energy and focus. Earnestly means to do something with sincere and serious intent. Resolutely means to do something with determination and unwavering commitment. Dedicatedly means to do something with strong loyalty and devotion. Devotedly means to do something with a strong sense of loyalty and commitment. Persistently means to do something with ongoing effort and determination.

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Usage examples for Zealously

He had a hope that upon the dry tableland Nell would be safeguarded against the fever, and for these reasons he willingly and zealously entered into the preparation for the journey.
"In Desert and Wilderness"
Henryk Sienkiewicz
They sought for them zealously, however, during the following days.
"In Desert and Wilderness"
Henryk Sienkiewicz
After four years spent in Europe zealously and industriously employing all the great facilities of the hospitals, dissecting-rooms, and eminent instructors of Paris and London, and after traveling six months in Italy and Switzerland, he finally returned to Lexington in the summer of 1814, conscious of innate powers and ardently devoted to his profession.
"The History of the Medical Department of Transylvania University"
Robert Peter

Famous quotes with Zealously

  • Bigot: One who is obstinately and zealously attached to an opinion that you do not entertain.
    Ambrose Bierce
  • In this season, Novalis lived only to his sorrow; it was natural for him to regard the visible and the invisible world as one; and to distinguish Life and Death only by his longing for the latter. At the same time too, Life became for him a glorified Life; and his whole being melted away as into a bright, conscious vision of a higher Existence. … He remained many weeks in Thuringia; and came back comforted and truly purified, to his engagements; which he pursued more zealously than ever, though he now regarded himself as a stranger on the earth.
  • I don't know whether you find also in your part of the world that there are certain people who go zealously snuffing about to smell out moral corruption, and, as soon as they have found some, put the person concerned into some lucrative position where they can keep their eye on him. Healthy natures are left out in the cold.
    Henrik Ibsen
  • That the German people were spared this final catastrophe was due to -- aside from the rapid advances of the Allied troops, which made the carrying out of such a gigantic demolition impossible -- the superhuman efforts of Speer and a number of Army officers who, in direct disobedience (finally!) of Hitler's orders, raced about the country to make sure that vital communications, plants and stores were not blown up by zealously obedient Army officers and party hacks.
    William L. Shirer

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