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vehemently

[ vee-uh-muhnt-lee ]
/ ˈvi ə mənt li /
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adverb
in a strongly emotional or zealous manner; ardently: Critics vehemently oppose the continued surveillance of citizens’ electronic devices without court oversight.
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non·ve·he·ment·ly, adverbo·ver·ve·he·ment·ly, adverbun·ve·he·ment·ly, adverb

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