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highly adv.

[scientific computation] The preferred modifier for overstating an understatement. As in: `highly nonoptimal', the worst possible way to do something; `highly nontrivial', either impossible or requiring a major research project; `highly nonlinear', completely erratic and unpredictable; `highly nontechnical', drivel written for lusers, oversimplified to the point of being misleading or incorrect (compare drool-proof paper). In other computing cultures, postfixing of in the extreme might be preferred.

--The Jargon File version 4.3.1, ed. ESR, autonoded by rescdsk.

High"ly, adv.

In a high manner, or to a high degree; very much; as, highly esteemed.


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