Related formswhole·heart·ed·ly, adverbwhole·heart·ed·ness, noun
Examples from the Web for wholeheartedly
Wellington, New Zealand Our Oceania pick is the latest city to wholeheartedly embrace the global Brooklyn movement.
“I firmly and wholeheartedly reject the allegations,” Hawking said from a Cambridge Hospital.The Other Side of Stephen Hawking: Strippers, Aliens, and Disturbing Abuse Claims|Marlow Stern|November 6, 2014|DAILY BEAST
They were all willing to wholeheartedly put themselves out there for this thing they cared deeply about.
Believe it wholeheartedly or look at it as a founding myth of Western culture.
While Facebook COO and Lean In guru Sheryl Sandberg urged teachers to “ban bossy,” they embrace the label “boss” wholeheartedly.
They had fallen in love so wholeheartedly, so gaily, those two.Mavis of Green Hill|Faith Baldwin
Wholeheartedly and with utter disregard of personal sacrifice this vast aggregation committed itself to the task.
You know how flippant, how 'fly-away,' he can be when the mood seizes him, how wholeheartedly he can play the fool.Grey Roses|Henry Harland
Once more Pal had saved the day; apparently Pop and the constable had wanted only, and wholeheartedly, to be rid of them.Trading Jeff and his Dog|James Arthur Kjelgaard
In the end he, like herself, must look on at the fun rather than share in it wholeheartedly.The Intrusions of Peggy|Anthony Hope