Majorly



[mey-jer-lee] /ˈmeɪ dʒər li/

adverb
1.
Slang. extremely; thoroughly:
The class was majorly hard.
/ˈmeɪdʒəlɪ/
adverb
1.
(slang, mainly US & Canadian) very; really; extremely: it was majorly important for us to do that
adv.

by 1887, from major (adj.) + -ly (2). Common in popular U.S. colloquial speech from c.1995.

adverb

Very; extremely: Both are majorly distraught over the wife/mommy’s death/ I remember once when I was majorly depressed (1990s+)

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