- r to a high degree or extent; favorably or with much respect
He spoke highly of her
does not think highly of his writing
- r at a high rate or wage
highly paid workers
- r in a high position or level or rank
details known by only a few highly placed persons
- When the host of the show walked off, Grillo quickly realized that in the highly politicized world of Italian state TV, he was doomed.
- A world in which highly leveraged hedge funds share similar strategies makes it inevitable that what we are seeing now will occur again.
- The biggest document, with the most new detail, is a 2004 report by the CIA Inspector General (CIA IG) that is highly critical of the CIA's enhanced interrogation program.
- David Miliband in AFP
Given that this was a very sophisticated operation in which high-quality forgeries were made, the government judges it is highly likely that the forgeries were made by a state intelligence service,Miliband said. "Taking this together with...
- President Bush in ABC News
This government does not torture people. We stick to US law and our international obligations,Bush told reporters in the Oval office. "There are highly trained professionals questioning these extremists and terrorists."
- Abraham Lincoln in BBC News (blog)
He said: "That from these honored dead we take increased devotion to that cause for which they gave the last full measure of devotion. That we here highly resolve that these dead shall not have died in vain. That this nation under God shall have a...