a word used to describe something that needs more emphasis that what "much" or "so much"can do on its own
T Rock says to her BFF: "We click muchly! Im so glad I found you."
very, a lot
The Pittsburgh Penguins did muchly well last night!
one step better than much
, same implication, but one step better.
Though she was adamant that there was nothing special about her, April rocked muchly in the eyes of her adoring penguin.
Muchly is like lots of. Only it sounds better.
"This is a muchly interesting conversation."
Meaning very much so.
Brett:Sarah do you enjoy your Sherlock Holmes shows?
a retarded word that Heather uses instead of much
yes I think so very muchly