very much; a phrase used for emphasis and enthusiasm
I jolly well hope so!
This is an enchanted garden, and that's an enchanted castle, and I'm jolly well going to explore.
Studied it out myself, and jolly well right I was, too, as far as I went.
I opine that it is very disturbing to you, but no enlightened observer is jolly well upset.'
Well, my boy, they're jolly well in the dark about it, I can tell you!
The first time anybody gives me any cheek I'll jolly well sock their heads.
Of course a shipowner may say what he jolly well pleases on his own deck.
I was talking to Raggles the other day—he dropped a hint, and Raggles's hints are jolly well worth while picking up.
And if we say or do anything to you, you jolly well whack us over the head.
If I could do that I could let all that you call wickedness in the world run about and do what it jolly well pleased.
And I'd jolly well like to find a treasure in Misticot's grave.