majorly vs extremely :

majorly or extremely

“Majorly,” meaning “extremely” is slang and should not be used in formal writing, or even speech if you want to impress someone. “Brad was extremely [not ‘majorly’] worried about the course final until he got around to reading the syllabus and found out there wasn't one.”

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  • r  to a high degree or extent; favorably or with much respect
    extremely interesting
  • r  to an extreme degree
    extremely cold
    extremely unpleasant
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