vividly

[ viv-id-lee ]
/ ˈvɪv ɪd li /

adverb

extremely brightly or intensely: Black and white photos of local greats like Caetano Veloso and Gal Costa vie for space with vividly colored paintings of small-town Brazilian life.
in a lively, animated, or dramatic way:The book vividly brings to life the Tuscan countryside and the fascinating world of the Renaissance poets.
in a particularly realistic way:The fort, its demolition, and the fears of the townspeople are vividly described in the book.
in a distinct or clearly perceptible way:I vividly remember days spent roaring down two-lane blacktop roads with Davis at the wheel of his black Mustang.

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Origin of vividly

OTHER WORDS FROM vividly

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