Meaning of worthily in English:

worthily

adverb

See worthy

  • ‘She was no less enthusiastically received, quite worthily, for the rest of her spellbinding performance.’
  • ‘No words of mine could ever pay adequate tribute to Dan Dineen and to his magnificent ongoing efforts to raise funds for organisations that worthily deserve them.’
  • ‘Big Seamus and his charges pulled out all the stops when it really mattered, and they will worthily grace the 2004 senior championship.’
  • ‘The Cranberries have very worthily decided to give the profits from their next single to charity.’
  • ‘It would be idle to guess what more she might have done if she had lived; it is certain she contributed worthily to mathematical education and to mathematical thought.’

Pronunciation

worthily

/ˈwəːðɪli/