OVERWHELMINGLY: Synonyms and Related Words. What is Another Word for OVERWHELMINGLY?

Need another word that means the same as “overwhelmingly”? Find 2 synonyms and 30 related words for “overwhelmingly” in this overview.

The synonyms of “Overwhelmingly” are: irresistibly, overpoweringly

Overwhelmingly as an Adverb

Definitions of "Overwhelmingly" as an adverb

According to the Oxford Dictionary of English, “overwhelmingly” as an adverb can have the following definitions:

  • Incapable of being resisted.
  • To a very great degree or with a great majority.

Synonyms of "Overwhelmingly" as an adverb (2 Words)

irresistiblyIn a way that is too attractive and tempting to be resisted.
Men are irresistibly attracted to her.
overpoweringlyIncapable of being resisted.
He found the weather overpoweringly hot.

Usage Examples of "Overwhelmingly" as an adverb

  • The country voted overwhelmingly for independence.
  • The reaction has been overwhelmingly positive.
  • The candy looked overwhelmingly desirable to the dieting man.

Associations of "Overwhelmingly" (30 Words)

acceptedGenerally approved or compelling recognition.
Several accepted techniques for treating the condition.
alwaysAt all times; on all occasions.
I will always be there to help you.
basicallyIn essence; at bottom or by one’s (or its) very nature.
I basically played the same thing every night.
broadlyIn general and without considering minor details.
Broadly speaking the risks are as follows.
chieflyFor the most part; mostly.
An audience consisting chiefly of women between the ages of 18 and 54.
commonlyVery often; frequently.
A commonly used industrial chemical.
consistBe consistent with.
Much propaganda simply consists in presenting the officially approved version of the truth as reality.
essentiallyIn essence; at bottom or by one’s (or its) very nature.
The argument was essentially a technical one.
exceptionallyOnly in unusual circumstances.
The court allows half an hour in most cases one hour exceptionally for a very important case.
generallyIn most cases; usually.
A decade when France was moving generally to the left.
habituallyAccording to habit or custom.
He habitually carried a pocket knife.
irresistiblyIn a way that is too attractive and tempting to be resisted.
Men are irresistibly attracted to her.
largelyOn a large scale.
He was soon arrested largely through the efforts of Tom Poole.
mainlyFor the most part.
The west will be mainly dry.
mostlyUsually; generally.
The culprits are mostly but not exclusively male.
normallyIn a normal manner.
Normally it takes three or four years to complete the training.
ordinarilyUnder normal conditions.
An effort to behave ordinarily.
originallyIn a novel and inventive way.
Potatoes originally came from South America.
pantechniconA large moving van (especially one used for moving furniture.
predominantlyMuch greater in number or influence.
The patients are predominantly indigenous.
primarilyFor the most part.
This is primarily a question of economics.
principalAn actor who plays a principal role.
I was appointed principal of the new school.
principallyFor the most part; chiefly.
He was principally a landscape painter.
publicAffecting the people or community as a whole.
Performers and members of royal families are public figures.
routinelyAs part of a regular procedure rather than for a special reason.
Large scale producers routinely vaccinate their birds against the disease.
speciallyIn a special manner.
A specially commissioned report.
typicallyIn most cases; usually.
Typically masculine social roles.
Progress is not always universally welcomed.
usuallyUnder normal conditions.
He usually arrives home about one o clock.
wontAn established custom.
He was wont to arise at 5 30 every morning.

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