adverb Date: 1956 in a major way a. primarily 1 <
was majorly a poet
b. extremely 1 <
was majorly annoyed

New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

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  • majorly — ˈmājə(r)lē adverb : in a major way a. : primarily 1 was majorly a poet b. : extremely was majorly annoyed …   Useful english dictionary

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  • majorly — ma|jor|ly [ˈmeıdʒəli US ər ] adv [+ adjective/adverb] informal extremely ▪ I was majorly upset, as you can imagine …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • majorly — ma•jor•ly [[t]ˈmeɪ dʒər li[/t]] adv. sts sl. extremely; thoroughly: The class was majorly hard[/ex] • Etymology: 1980–85 …   From formal English to slang

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  • majorly — ma|jor|ly [ meıdʒərli ] adverb INFORMAL extremely or very much …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • majorly — adv. (Slang) extremely, to a great extent; in a major manner …   English contemporary dictionary

  • majorly — adverb informal very; extremely …   English new terms dictionary

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