Meaning of virulently in English:

virulently

Pronunciation /ˈvɪrʊl(ə)ntli/ /ˈvɪrjʊl(ə)ntli/

Translate virulently into Spanish

adverb

See virulent

‘The disease, which causes painful, ulcerating blisters on the mouth, feet, and udders, is virulently contagious, and once introduced can quickly infect an entire herd.’
  • ‘But the Prince's repeated use of the word ‘epidemic’ implied, irresponsibly, that these conditions are virulently contagious.’
  • ‘They fell foul of the powers that be, however, for their virulently outspoken stance in opposition to The Falklands War (where, like the Gulf War, hardly any protest was made).’
  • ‘Was mental illness really spreading so virulently, or were asylums merely becoming more popular as places for warehousing society's presumed inferiors?’
  • ‘The five families most virulently opposed to the exhibition filed a lawsuit against the school superintendent and individual principals.’