Definition of 'madly'
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Example sentences containing 'madly'
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I thought we were madly in love with one another. The Sun (2016)But his dead wife decides to turn up and haunt you because she's madly jealous. Times, Sunday Times (2008)But not the villagers who rush around madly in Dickensian mode. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Though the pair are still madly in love, they admit their age gap means they do have different interests. The Sun (2014)I was madly in love with him, too. Christianity Today (2000)A friend said that she had been madly in love, but the relationship soon stalled. Times, Sunday Times (2011)They're clearly still madly in love, but neither of them can get their act together. The Sun (2016)She was devoted to him, loyal to him, but she no longer loved him madly. King Edward VIII - The Official Biography (1990)Panic made her thrash around madly, calling his name, then she made for the boat. The Glasgow Girls (1994)We meet Cat, still madly in love with her husband who has just left her for a younger woman. The Sun (2014)I still love him madly so I find him hard to resist. The Sun (2008)
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Translations for 'madly'
British English: madly /ˈmædlɪ/ ADVERB
If you do something madly, you do it in a fast, excited, or eager way.
We waved madly at the plane, but the pilot didn't see us.
- American English: madly
- Arabic: بِجُنُوْنٍ
- Brazilian Portuguese: loucamente
- Chinese: 发狂地
- Croatian: luđački
- Czech: zběsile
- Danish: vanvittigt
- Dutch: furieus
- European Spanish: locamente
- Finnish: hullun lailla
- French: follement
- German: wie verrückt
- Greek: παράφορα
- Italian: follemente
- Japanese: 気違いのように
- Korean: 미친 듯이
- Norwegian: vanvittig
- Polish: szalenie
- European Portuguese: loucamente
- Romanian: cu furie
- Russian: безумно
- Latin American Spanish: locamente
- Swedish: vansinnigt
- Thai: อย่างเสียสติ
- Turkish: çılgınca
- Ukrainian: скажено
- Vietnamese: điên cuồng
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