Definitions for hotly
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in a heated manner
"`To say I am behind the strike is so much nonsense,' declared Mr Harvey heatedly"; "the children were arguing hotly"
With great amounts of heat
In a heated manner; intensely or vehemently
Samuel Johnson's Dictionary
Etymology: from hot.
The stag was in the end so hotly pursued, that he was driven to make courage of despair. Philip Sidney.
I do contest
As hotly and as nobly with thy love,
As ever in ambitious strength I did
Contend against thy valour. William Shakespeare, Coriolanus.
The enemy, now at hand, began hotly to skirmish in divers places with the Christians. Richard Knolles, History of the Turks.
Though this controversy be revived, and hotly agitated, I doubt whether it be not a nominal dispute. Boyle.
Voracious birds, that hotly bill and breed,
And largely drink, because on salt they feed. Dryden.
Hotly is an adverb that means in a passionate, heated, or fiercely intense manner. It is often used to describe circumstances with significant intensity, fervor, or anger. It can also refer to situations or discussions that are highly debated or controversial.
in a hot or fiery manner; ardently; vehemently; violently; hastily; as, a hotly pursued
in a lustful manner; lustfully
Etymology: [From Hot, a.]
The numerical value of hotly in Chaldean Numerology is: 2
The numerical value of hotly in Pythagorean Numerology is: 8
Once a case is settled, that adds to the determinacy of the law, what was once a hotly-contested issue is no longer a hotly-contested issue. We move forward.
But the timing and mechanism of volatile delivery has been hotly debated, ours is the first scenario that can explain the timing and delivery in a way that is consistent with all of the geochemical evidence.
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The veneration that this country has for the Constitution is simply weird. It's crazy. It's not what other countries do for their written documents, we act like this thing was etched in stone by the finger of God, when actually it was hotly contested and debated, scrawled out over a couple of weeks in the summer in Philadelphia in 1787, with a bunch of rich, white politicians making deals with each other.
There could be situations where some of the non-Havana markets would not be hotly contested, we will likely be in a position to make those determinations and award those frequencies to U.S. carriers in a shorter timeline.
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