Definition of vividly in English:

vividly

Pronunciation /ˈvividlē/ /ˈvɪvɪdli/

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adverb

  • 1In a way that produces powerful feelings or strong, clear images in the mind.

    ‘Margaret remembers vividly the day she received the grim news’
    • ‘Twain vividly portrays the brutality of slavery’
    • ‘I am vividly aware of the need for good journalism’
    • ‘Here I believe history can be imagined more vividly than in any book or costume drama.’
    • ‘The project was a herculean undertaking that is brought vividly to life in the book.’
    • ‘It is here that the impact of early Christian symbolism on Velarde's thinking is vividly apparent.’
    • ‘The introduction of a British ship into a chinoiserie scene is highly unusual and vividly illustrates Liverpool's early interest in world trade.’
  • 2In an intensely deep or bright manner.

    ‘flowers of different hues shining vividly in the bright sunshine’
    • ‘vividly colored paintings’
    • ‘In his later years, he frequently painted highly sensual, vividly colored female nudes.’
    • ‘His eyes - disgruntled and confrontational - are also vividly painted.’
    • ‘The park has a combination of flat, hard-surface walks and retaining walls, surrounding areas of foliage and flowers of vividly contrasting colors.’
    • ‘The floral forms are excavated and filled with a drywall mud that, when cured, is painted with vividly hued enamels.’
    • ‘Colour comes vividly into play with bands of pink, orange and silver forming a striated, kaleidoscopic coating that looks good enough to eat.’