Excellently

Ex"cel*lent*ly

, adv. 1. In an excellent manner; well in a high degree.
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2. In a high or superior degree; -- in this literal use, not implying worthiness. [Obs.]
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When the whole heart is excellently sorry.
J. Fletcher.
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Ex*cel"si*or

, a. [L., compar. of excelsus elevated, lofty, p. p. of excellere. See Excel, v. t.] More lofty; still higher; ever upward.
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