whole-hardily vs wholeheartedly :

whole-hardily vs wholeheartedly

whole hardily or wholeheartedly

Wholeheartedly refers to a sincere and genuine gesture shown after similar has been done earlier.

"The professor wholeheartedly embraced the class idea."

Whole hardily on the other hand is a commonly used wrong alternative to wholeheartedly which unacceptable.

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  • r  without reserve; without reservation
    he adopted wholeheartedly some of the policies that he had previously criticized
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    June 12, 2013 - The Greenville News
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    June 12, 2013 - The Aspen Times
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    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 ...
    June 11, 2013 - The Atlantic Wire via Yahoo! News