Definition of infectiously in English:



See infectious

‘At the same time, a European-derived painting style called Neo-Expressionism proved to be infectiously popular amongst the Art Institute students.’
  • ‘Though markedly different, both have strong elements of dance, which had the conductor almost pirouetting on the rostrum, thus coaxing infectiously springing rhythms from his colleagues.’
  • ‘Churchill's infectiously ebullient personality had served his government and his country well in the First World War as well as the Second.’
  • ‘Now 55, Clifford is still infectiously enthusiastic.’
  • ‘If Robertson is infectiously bombastic about theatre, there's a surprising nonchalance about his career on screen.’



/inˈfekSHəslē/ /ɪnˈfɛkʃəsli/