Definition of full-heartedly in US English:

full-heartedly

adverb

  • See full-hearted

    • ‘I full-heartedly support a better, more efficient welfare system, universal health care, and the providing of support to other countries living as third world peoples.’
    • ‘There's been a substantial delay, I know, I know… It's just that there's so much to consider and so much to be said about this controversial subject and I just haven't had the time (or the energy, for that matter) to tackle it full-heartedly.’
    • ‘As author and actor, he knows full-heartedly how the essence of the story should lead his character.’
    • ‘My stomach churning with anticipation, we came to the shelf and I leapt full-heartedly into a vicious bidding frenzy.’
    • ‘I full-heartedly believe that it does not necessarily have to be the case.’
    • ‘She had actually full-heartedly believed that she was to spend the rest of her life with him.’
    • ‘I believed him full-heartedly when he said told me he loved you - yes, he said those words - and when he said he wanted you to forgive him.’
    • ‘He dedicated himself full-heartedly to promoting the careers of his students.’
    • ‘I stared at him with a hard look in my eyes, and he returned my glare full-heartedly.’
    • ‘Nevertheless, it took some months for the Soviet population to place itself full-heartedly behind the leadership.’

Pronunciation

full-heartedly

/ˌfo͝olˈhärdədlē/