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zealousPart of speech: Adjective Part of speech: Adverb
Zealously.Part of speech: Noun Usage examples "zealous":
- Champlain speaks of him as a very devoted and zealous man. - "The Makers of Canada: Champlain", N. E. Dionne.
- He was earnest in the defense of right, even zealous in the cause of his country, and quick in the punishment of traitors, with whom he was not in very high favor. - "Siege of Washington, D.C.", F. Colburn Adams.
- To the most zealous for exercise, carrying a forty- pound double- cinched saddle for over five miles across a hot, sandy plain and under a blazing, scorching sun, with the cinches all the time working loose and falling to drag behind and catch in the vegetation, was no pleasant task; and add to that a bridle, full magazine rifle, field glasses, canteen, and a three- pound Colt revolver swinging from a belt heavily weighted with cartridges, and it becomes decidedly irksome, to say the least. - "Hopalong Cassidy", Clarence E. Mulford.