uber +‎ -ly


  • IPA(key): /ˈubəɹli/
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uberly (not comparable)

  1. (informal) Significantly; very, very much; extremely.
    • 2004, Bill Gaston, Sointula, Raincoast Books (2004), →ISBN, page 138:
      But box of breakfast done, Eve begins to talk, responding uberly to his polite question, "So, what brings you to Saltspring?"
    • 2005, Michelle Cunnah, Confessions of a Serial Dater, HarperCollins (2005), →ISBN, page 243:
      Charlie, because he's so caring [] swore that the mole was getting larger, and so Lewis, who's had the mole for oh, his entire life, said it really hadn't changed, but because he loves Charlie, and because Charlie was uberly fretful about it, Lewis agreed to have said mole removed.
    • 2007, Salehuddin Husin, "Bioshock", GameAxis Unwired, August 2007:
      It's no wonder since Bioshock is hailed as the spiritual successor of the uberly creepy System Shock games.
    • For more quotations using this term, see Citations:uberly.