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madlyadverb

us   /ˈmæd·li/
  • madly adverb (NOT CONTROLLED)

(of performing an activity) in a wild, fast, or excited and not controlled way: Just before my in-laws arrived, I rushed around madly trying to clean the place up.
  • madly adverb (ENTHUSIASTICALLY)

enthusiastically and with great interest: She says she’s madly in love with him.
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