whole-hardily vs wholeheartedly : Common Errors in English

About whole-hardily vs wholeheartedly

If you want to convey your hearty congratulations to someone, you do so not “whole-hardily” but “wholeheartedly”—with your whole heart.

wholeheartedly Meaning(s)

  • (r) without reserve; without reservation

wholeheartedly in News

  1. Chautauqua scholar Larry Bounds channels Davy Crockett for festival

    Larry Bounds throws himself wholeheartedly into the characters he portrays in the Greenville Chautauqua festival. For Winston Churchill, Bounds explored the statesman's radio speeches and compared them to early Anglo-Saxon poetry. As Albert Einstein, he dressed like the genius, right down to the sockless look that Einstein favored.
    on June 12, 2013 Source: The Greenville News

  2. On the trail: Easy fix for some cow-cyclist conflicts

    Mountain biking is my passion, and I wholeheartedly support the efforts of the last remaining cattle ranchers in the Roaring Fork Valley, so it pains me that cows and cycling are so often in conflict. I don’t think they need to be.
    on June 12, 2013 Source: The Aspen Times

  3. A Pundit's Guide to Edward Snowden Fan Fiction

    There is a lot of fan fiction swirling around right now about Edward Snowden, the man who leaked the NSA's programs to collect all phone calls and all email. The NSA's surveillance programs, even if you wholeheartedly support them, are the more important story since it reveals that the government has computing power so awesome that it borders on sci-fi. But pundits prefer the personal and since ...
    on June 11, 2013 Source: The Atlantic Wire via Yahoo! News

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