Adverbs List | List of 95+ Important Adverbs with “Ly”

Adverbs List in English! Adverbs describe a verb, an adjective or another adverb. List of adverbs below will help you to understand adverbs a little better.

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Adverbs with “LY”

Common Adverbs List

Here is the list of adverbs with “ly”:

  • Abruptly
  • Absently
  • Accusingly
  • Actually
  • Adversely
  • Amazingly
  • Angrily
  • Arrogantly
  • Bashfully
  • Beautifully
  • Boldly
  • Brightly
  • Calmly
  • Carefully
  • Cheaply
  • Carelessly
  • Certainly
  • Clearly
  • Closely
  • Commonly
  • Coolly
  • Correctly
  • Crossly
  • Dearly
  • Delightfully
  • Desperately
  • Determinedly
  • Doggedly
  • Energetically
  • Extremely
  • Especially
  • Exactly
  • Excitedly
  • Expertly
  • Fairly
  • Famously
  • Ferociously
  • Finally
  • Freely
  • Fully
  • Generally
  • Generously
  • Gently
  • Greedily
  • Guiltily
  • Harshly
  • Heartily
  • Heavily
  • Helplessly
  • Immediately
  • Increasingly
  • Innocently
  • Jokingly
  • Knowingly
  • Lightly
  • Loudly
  • Madly
  • Meaningfully
  • Mentally
  • Messily
  • Mostly
  • Nearly
  • Neatly
  • Nervously
  • Nicely
  • Outwardly
  • Passionately
  • Perfectly
  • Perpetually
  • Playfully
  • Pleasingly
  • Poorly
  • Powerfully
  • Properly
  • Proudly
  • Queerly
  • Quickly
  • Rapidly
  • Ravenously
  • Reassuringly
  • Reluctantly
  • Sadly
  • Scarcely
  • Selfishly
  • Solidly
  • Stingily
  • Stubbornly
  • Suspiciously
  • Thoroughly
  • Thoughtfully
  • Tremendously
  • Truthfully
  • Understandingly
  • Unfairly
  • Unhappily
  • Unwillingly
  • Viciously
  • Wholly

Adverbs List with Example Sentences

Here is the adverbs list with useful examples sentences in English:

Abruptly

  • She left the room abruptly without explanation.

Absently

  • She absently twisted her wedding ring.

Accusingly

  • She glared at him accusingly.

Actually

  • Actually, it’s I that owe you a lot.

Adversely

  • His health was adversely affected by the climate.

Amazingly

  • Amazingly, the bullet did not penetrate his brain.

Angrily

  • The vein at his temple throbbed angrily.

Arrogantly

  • He backed out arrogantly and without apology.

Bashfully

  • The boy smiled bashfully at the visitor.

Beautifully

  • She looked attractive and beautifully dressed.

Boldly

  • He stepped boldly forward to speak.

Brightly

  • There were several brightly coloured rugs scattered around.

Calmly

  • He smiled calmly at the idiocies of mankind.

Carefully

  • She carefully preserved all his letters.

Cheaply

  • Old bikes can be bought quite cheaply.

Carelessly

  • carelessly knocked the chair down.

Certainly

  • The design certainly looks good on paper.

Clearly

  • The house is clearly visible from the beach.

Closely

  • She listened closely while he read the letter.

Commonly

  • He is commonly supposed to be foolish.

Coolly

  • She nodded coolly and walked out.

Correctly

  • The children have not yet learned to punctuate correctly.

Crossly

  • Crossly, he came out of the bushes and searched around for a dock leaf.

Dearly

  • He paid dearly for his careless slip.

Delightfully

  • The hotel is delightfully situated close to the waterfront.

Desperately

  • We are trying desperately to keep to our schedule.

Determinedly

  • He continued determinedly despite his injury.

Doggedly

  • He was still doggedly pursuing his studies.

Energetically

  • The swimmer dived into the water and swam energetically away.

Extremely

  • I found his manner extremely unpleasant.

Especially

  • I love Italy, especially in summer.

Exactly

  • The viola is exactly in counterpoint to the first violin.

Excitedly

  • The children babbled excitedly among themselves.

Expertly

  • The nurse disrobed the elderly patient expertly.

Fairly

  • She’s fairly responsive to new ideas.

Famously

  • He was a famously peppery lawyer.

Ferociously

  • A female lion defends her young ferociously.

Finally

  • They finally found the cat up on the roof.

Freely

  • They freely admit they still have a lot to learn.

Fully

  • The course of events fully justifies our views.

Generally

  • It was generally admitted that the government had acted too quickly.

Generously

  • Many people contributed generously to the appeal.

Gently

  • A piano tinkled gently in the background.

Greedily

  • The children eyed the cakes greedily.

Guiltily

  • He glanced guiltily over his shoulder.

Harshly

  • He was harshly attacked by critics.

Heartily

  • I am heartily sick of the whole situation.

Heavily

  • The boat rolled heavily in the troughs between the waves.

Helplessly

  • We slid helplessly down the slope.

Immediately

  • He lay down and was asleep immediately.

Increasingly

  • He was finding it increasingly difficult to make decisions.

Innocently

  • The baby gurgled innocently on the bed.

Jokingly

  • I said it half-jokingly.

Knowingly

  • She smiled knowingly at us.

Lightly

  • She ran lightly up the stairs.

Loudly

  • We all laughed loudly when she made a joke.

Madly

  • They plied their paste brushes madly.

Meaningfully

  • The priceless days must be spent meaningfully, joyfully.

Mentally

  •  I think you are mentally tired.

Messily

  • She wrote it hastily and messily on a scrap of paper.

Mostly

  • This area of the country is mostly desert.

Nearly

  • Nearly all the tractors operate on diesel oil.

Neatly

  • Children must learn to write neatly.

Nervously

  • I walked nervously up the garden path towards the front door.

Nicely

  • We are bumming along the road nicely.

Outwardly

  • Though badly frightened, she appeared outwardly calm.

Passionately

  • She could hate as passionately as she could love.

Perfectly

  • It seems a perfectly reasonable request to make.

Perpetually

  • She wore a perpetually martyred expression.

Playfully

  • His brother cuffed him playfully round the head.

Pleasingly

  • She had a pleasingly direct manner.

Poorly

  •  The job is relatively poorly paid.

Powerfully

  • He felt himself so powerfully attracted to the scientific ideal.

Properly

  • There are too many distractions here to work properly.

Proudly

  • She sat proudly astride her new motorbike.

Queerly

  • He looked at me queerly.

Quickly

  • She trussed him quickly with stolen bandage, and gagged his mouth.

Rapidly

  • The puddle evaporated rapidly in the sun.

Ravenously

  • The boy ate gratefully and ravenously.

Reassuringly

  • He patted her knee reassuringly.

Stubbornly

  • He stubbornly insisted on doing it all himself.

Suspiciously

  • The man behind the desk eyed us suspiciously.

Thoroughly

  • He is thoroughly domesticated and cooks a delicious chicken casserole.

Thoughtfully

  • He drew thoughtfully on his pipe.

Tremendously

  • He was a tremendously enthusiastic teacher and that rubbed off on all the children.

Truthfully

  • I answered all their questions truthfully.

Unwillingly

  • He submitted unwillingly to his mother.

Viciously

  • He viciously bayoneted the straw dummy.

Wholly

  • He was completely/totally/wholly unprepared for what he saw.

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Yalalt.D
Yalalt.D
10 months ago

Dear Adverb List team

It is convenient to me to practice my English words

Sam
Sam
9 months ago

Love you

L.a
L.a
9 months ago

this is so goood

Pooja jha
Pooja jha
8 months ago

there’s no joyfully?

coco
coco
2 months ago
Reply to  Pooja jha

Ikr

dalia
dalia
8 months ago

good exercise and easy to understand

bad dad
bad dad
2 months ago

amazing
So good! this helps my son alot

Last edited 2 months ago by bad dad
kassidi christian
kassidi christian
1 month ago

hello

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