One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
With great energy or enthusiasm in pursuit of a cause or objective.‘a sustained and zealously pursued campaign’‘he laboured zealously for the promotion of education’
- ‘They zealously desire to preserve the status quo, which means to preserve their power.’
- ‘Securing a SAN from external assaults is not particularly hard, since most SANs are located behind thick firewalls with zealously guarded network access.’
- ‘Van Helsing, played zealously by Peter Cushing, is no longer the elderly savant typified by Edward Van Sloan in Browning's film.’
- ‘This government - still zealously following failed economic policies - has no real answers to the unemployment crisis.’
- ‘Alongside pastoral fervor for souls, the missionaries zealously adhered to their French allegiance.’
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