Meaning of torridly in English:

torridly

adverb

See torrid

‘Jerry doesn't sing; everyone else does, to verdantly melodic, torridly gross-out tunes.’
  • ‘His trumpet solos were as torridly intense as his vigorous tones that steered the surging ensembles.’
  • ‘He received permission to photograph the small but torridly overdecorated apartment of Sousa.’
  • ‘She prayed to God, she had never prayed so torridly before as she watched James step up in front of the rope, which hung from above.’