ex animo

[ eks ah-ni-moh; English eks an-uh-moh ]

adverbLatin.
  1. from the heart; sincerely.

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How to use ex animo in a sentence

  • By very reason of our protest, which we had made, and made ex animo, we could agree to differ.

    Apologia Pro Vita Sua | John Henry Cardinal Newman
  • Omnino illud honestum, quod ex animo excelso magnificoque quaerimus, animi efficitur, non corporis viribus.

    De Officiis | Marcus Tullius Cicero
  • They sign the article relative to it ex animo, and literally.

  • He hated ex animo all those aspects of Anglicanism which best recommend it to Erastian minds.

    Res Judicat | Augustine Birrell
  • Canon MacColl is genuinely and ex animo an ecclesiastic; but he is a politician as well.

    Collections and Recollections | George William Erskine Russell