Definition of epically in US English:

epically

adverb

  • See epic

    • ‘I've noticed that whenever I read the bio of some successful novelist, they inevitably seem to have this epically dysfunctional childhood.’
    • ‘There's a whole range of things that are popular and yet certainly could be seen as fundamentally not right - from the totally trivial to the most epically important.’
    • ‘Yet Chekhov's instinct was not misplaced: he had to extend himself physically, in an epically pedestrian manner, in order to win clarity for himself as a writer.’
    • ‘It was epically cumbersome and technically demanding.’
    • ‘In the first play of the Cuchulain cycle - On Baile's Strand - Yeats applies himself epically to the great characters and sagas of Irish mythology.’

Pronunciation

epically

/-(ə)lē/