• (adv): To a high degree or extent; favorably or with much respect.
    Example: "Highly successful"; "He spoke highly of her"; "does not think highly of his writing"
    Synonyms: extremely
    See also — Additional definitions below

Some articles on highly:

Mixed-design Analysis Of Variance - An Example
... For males and females, there are three highly attractive individuals, three moderately attractive individuals, and three highly unattractive individuals ... Of each set of three, one individual has a highly charismatic personality, one is moderately charismatic and the third is extremely dull ... three levels (very attractive, moderately attractive, and highly unattractive) and the personality, which again has three levels (highly charismatic ...
Colloidal Crystal - Introduction
... A colloidal crystal is a highly ordered array of particles which can be formed over a long range (to about a centimeter) ... The spherical particles precipitate in highly siliceous pools and form highly ordered arrays after years of sedimentation and compression under hydrostatic and gravitational forces ...
Highly Recommended
... Highly Recommended was a six-part Irish lifestyle game show broadcast each Sunday on RTÉ One at 2030 ... each week to convince a panel of consumer experts that their deal ought to be "Highly Recommended" (hence the title of the show) ... could also give their opinion by voting on an online poll to determine whether they "Highly Recommended" the featured deals ...
List Of Dwarf Planet Candidates - Probable Per Brown
... Highly likely Estimated/measured to be over 600 km. 2002 ... TC302 4. 3.9 (very large uncertainty likely smaller) highly likely 8 Quaoar 18. 2.6 (measured) near certainty 9 Orcus 27. 2.2 (measured) near certainty 10 ...
Captain Midnight (serial) - Plot
... Our hero leads the Secret Squadron, whose staff includes only highly-qualified specialists as Chuck Ramsay (Midnight's ward) and Ichabod 'Icky' Mudd (Squadron's chief mechanic) ... Shark has developed a highly efficient mercenary organization, being aided by his daughter Fury (highly intelligent and second in command), Gardo (loyal henchman) and Fang (a strong ...

More definitions of "highly":

  • (adv): At a high rate or wage.
    Example: "Highly paid workers"
  • (adv): In a high position or level or rank.
    Example: "Details known by only a few highly placed persons"

Famous quotes containing the word highly:

    Once the sin against God was the greatest sin, but God died, and so these sinners died as well. To sin against the earth is now the most terrible thing, and to esteem the entrails of the unknowable more highly than the meaning of the earth.
    Friedrich Nietzsche (1844–1900)

    The more highly public life is organized the lower does its morality sink.
    —E.M. (Edward Morgan)

    As far as the arts and the sciences are concerned, the German mind appreciates most highly that which it does not understand of the latter, and that which it does not enjoy of the former.
    Franz Grillparzer (1791–1872)