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religiously

[ ri-lij-uhs-lee ]
/ rɪˈlɪdʒ əs li /
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adverb
in a way that is related to or concerned with religion: We believe matters of faith should be handled by religiously educated staff.
faithfully, sincerely, and with pious devotion:The tribe religiously observes the rite of ancestral veneration as an integral part of their cultural heritage.
with scrupulous or conscientious regularity or diligence:Initially I took composting very seriously; I made a perfectly square pair of bins for composting and turned my piles religiously.
habitually or without fail:Religiously, every Saturday night, I recorded my favorite comedy show on BBC Radio.
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