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Definition of "seriously" []

  • In a serious manner or to a serious degree (adverb)
  • Extremely or remarkably (adverb)
  • An exclamation or expression of disbelief, surprise, or dismay (exclamation)
  • In a serious or literal manner. (adverb)

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  • Used to attempt to introduce a serious point in a less serious conversation (adverb)

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Use "seriously" in a sentence
  • "I understand the value of rallying the troops, but enlisting Will Ferrell (whom I love!) and other celebrities at a time when so much of the country has been seriously, * seriously* lied to, to then in many ways reinforce those terrible frames ..."
  • "If we want to take the term seriously, it might mean its fairer to defer to the elected branches of government."
  • ""Anyone who takes the title seriously is missing the comedic aspect of the movie," says Harvey Weinstein, co-chairman of Weinstein Co."