heatedly heatedly  /ˈhi tɪd li/


  • (adv) in a heated manner


  1. Mollie Parnis concurs more heatedly.
  2. Historians heatedly debate who is the best ex-President, but if Clinton keeps it up, there may soon be no argument over who is the worst.
  3. Foxboro officials were accused of racism, namely trying to keep out black teens who might travel from nearby Boston for the concert, a charge that the officials heatedly denied.


  • After first bipartisan vote, tensions begin to flare on immigration reform

    The day after an overwhelming bipartisan vote to begin work on a comprehensive immigration reform bill, that debate got a little less, um, Kumbaya. A procedural squabble erupted as both sides wrangled over how to begin the process of amending the legislation, and senators argued heatedly over a proposed amendment by Texas Sen. John Cornyn.
    on June 13, 2013     Source: NBC NEWS


  1. "For two nights, senators and congressmen were arguing heatedly over whether martial law in Maguindanao is good or not. But the President thought all along that it would not reach a vote because she would lift it," Arroyo said.
    on Dec 12, 2009 By: President Gloria Macapagal Arroyo Source: Philippine Star

  2. Nicole Parra said, "The Parra family, we whole heatedly endorse the Gilmore family."
    on Sep 22, 2008 By: Nicole Parra Source: KFSN

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