Definition of madly in English:

madly

Syllabification: mad·ly
Pronunciation: /ˈmadlē
 
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adverb

1In a manner suggesting or characteristic of insanity: his eyes bulged madly
More example sentences
  • Before, a smaller black unicorn stood, his wild red eyes glowing madly, and his horn a dull, dull gold, like it was supposed to be.
  • Her eyes squinted madly, trying to make out the manner of the commotion around them.
  • Even now I am smiling madly, like a Cheshire cat.
Synonyms
insanely, deliriously, wildly, like a lunatic
informal crazily
fast, furiously, hurriedly, quickly, speedily, hastily, energetically
informal like mad, like crazy
1.1 informal With extreme intensity: the boys are all madly in love with you
More example sentences
  • Yet I was madly in love with a boy who collected the fees for deckchairs on the beach.
  • He smiled in the way that fathers do… you know, that smile they give the boy that they know their daughter is falling madly in love with.
  • The girl is totally madly in love with the boy and the boy feels the same except they're both stupid and scared to tell each other how they feel.
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