fierily : Definition, Usages, News and More
- r with passionate fervor
a fierily opinionated book
- Monarchists fierily championed the ex-Kaiser or else sadly shook their heads and sighed for "the old days.
- Falla's early work is studded with folk dances and flamenco songs, all fierily clicked off by the National Orchestra of Spain, Rafael Frhbeck de Burgos conducting.
- Subsequently, according to Peking radio, one speaker fierily demanded the "ultimate" liberation of Formosa; a few days before, however, the word had been "immediate.