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intensely

[ in-tens-lee ]
/ ɪnˈtɛns li /
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adverb
to a high or extreme degree: Many ingredients are rolled into this intensely flavorful and very versatile curry paste.
(said in reference to emotions or feelings) acutely, strongly, or vehemently: We should all be intensely angry about what is happening, and should do something besides just sitting at our computers absorbing information.I disliked the book intensely.
earnestly or strenuously; in a highly engaged or involved way: The first time I watched the documentary, all I saw was these four people talking intensely about their music.
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OTHER WORDS FROM intensely

hy·per·in·tense·ly, adverbo·ver·in·tense·ly, adverbsu·per·in·tense·ly, adverb
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