Similar words: great, treaty, threat, create, retreat, entreat, creating, threaten. Meaning: ['greɪtlɪ] adv. to an extraordinary extent or degree.
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1. News of the arrest perturbed her greatly.
2. Prompt payment of bills is greatly appreciated.
3. We were greatly encouraged by the support we received.
4. These figures have been greatly exaggerated.
5. His stomachache has disimproved greatly from too much drinking.
6. People would benefit greatly from a pollution-free vehicle.
7. The threat of attack has been greatly exaggerated.
8. He was greatly elated by success.
9. Our enemy has greatly strengthened during the truce talks.
10. His business suffered greatly during the war.
11. Our stock of food is greatly depleted.
12. These events will greatly complicate the situation.
13. This announcement greatly excited us.
14. Her discomfort amused him greatly.
15. The business has expanded greatly over the last year.
16. He is greatly attached to his children.
17. We have been greatly assisted by individuals and organizations.
18. The news of my mother's death distressed me greatly.
19. France has greatly extended its influence in world affairs.
20. The plague was greatly feared in the Middle Ages.
21. He did not expand greatly on his statement.
22. She greatly enjoys her work.
23. Your kind cooperation on this issue is greatly appreciated.
24. The spectacle greatly excited us at the time.
25. The old professor was greatly loved and esteemed.
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26. Japanese differs greatly from French in pronunciation.
27. She had never been greatly concerned about her appearance.
28. The news greatly surprised me.
29. Your kind cooperation in this respect is greatly appreciated.
30. His spirit has greatly activated the audience.
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