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In a strong, healthy, vigorous way; heartily.‘fans cheered lustily’
heartily, vigorously, loudly, at the top of one's voice, with all one's might, with might and main, powerfully, forcefully, stronglylike mad, like crazyView synonyms
- ‘The audience was woo-hooing lustily before the women, all in their 40s and still rocking in tight black leather catsuits and beehive hairdos, were even finished tuning up.’
- ‘The deconstruction of the phases of love is especially amusing, and the audience is compelled to join in lustily on the chorus of Neil Diamond's ‘Play Me.’’
- ‘Speaking from her Oxford home, the septuagenarian is lustily draining a vodka and melon cocktail whilst voicing her hopes for the book.’
- ‘The engine is willing too, with the supercharged 2.0-litre tested performing lustily, and its low-end torque gives some real shove-into-the-seat moments.’
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