Synonyms of 'seriously'
Seriously, though, something must be done about it.
`I tried to chat him up at the general store.' He laughed. `Seriously?'
well I never!
is that so?
you don't say!
well I'll be blowed!
knock me down with a feather!
They spoke to me very seriously but politely.
`Do you really mean it?' she asked earnestly.
Three people were seriously injured in the blast.
one of the first seriously wealthy rock-star landowners
I am very grateful to you for all your help.
It was really good.
Mobile phones are extremely common nowadays.
The number of fatal road accidents has been particularly high.
a truly splendid man
this year's unusually harsh winter
It was an exceedingly difficult decision to make.
His family was eminently respectable.
Mary was uncommonly good at tennis.
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If a feeling or quality is acutely unpleasant, it is extremely unpleasant.
It was an acutely uncomfortable journey.
If someone or something is badly hurt or badly affected, they are severely hurt or affected.
It was a gamble that went badly wrong.
Thesaurus for seriously from the Collins English Thesaurus
You use seriously to indicate that you are not joking and that you really mean what you say .