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adverb as in thoroughly

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So it comes as no surprise that Ramdev’s statements dismissing the efficiency of modern medicine during the deadly Covid-19 pandemic have been roundly criticised.

From Quartz

The political and military oppositions that took on the regime a decade ago have been roundly defeated, and there’s little appetite among international players for involvement in another conflict.

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Legal challenges are expected to follow, after the pieces of legislation were roundly condemned by LGBTQ advocacy groups and campaigners.

Harry also roundly criticized his father in that interview for his lack of compassion and understanding, accusing him of cutting him off financially and even at one stage refusing to take his phone calls.

The Pac-12 has been roundly and understandably mocked in recent years when it came to its performance in primary revenue-generating sports, to say nothing of its overall leadership.

The women roundly rejected any notion that his standing would influence their vote in these senate contests.

Health officials , doctors and researchers roundly agree that these concerns are unfounded.

The government is being roundly criticised for its response, especially early on.

If they are untrue, I can understand your irritation, yet you have never roundly denied them.

This claim, recklessly tossed about by those on the right, has been roundly dismissed by PolitiFact as false.

White with anger and chagrin, the doctor stood roundly abusing the man who had investigated that lonely house.

With a little cry she jumped to her feet and roundly unbraided me for not calling her to help in the work.

On his return from Milan he roundly abused his minister of police, and forbade his continued plotting.

The queen's way of reconciling them was to send for Sidney and scold him roundly.

But Marjorie trudged on, grasping the key, and roundly scolding herself for being timid.


On this page you'll find 8 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to roundly, such as: soundly, completely, entirely, fully, and wholly.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.