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deservedly

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishdeservedlyde‧serv‧ed‧ly /dɪˈzɜːvɪdli $ -ɜːr-/ adverb  1 DESERVEin a way that is right or deserveddeservedly popular/well-known/famous etc Bistro Roti is a deservedly popular restaurant. Arsenal were deservedly beaten 2–1 by Leeds.2 (and) deservedly so
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deservedlyHamilton is deservedly celebrated for his talents.Extreme simplicity of vocabulary, economy of imagery, regularity of form, and a deservedly famous poem.And here is Babe, the exemplar of a fresh generation, reaching deservedly for the gold statuette.He won, surprisingly but deservedly, in the factual documentary category for his eye-opening series Naked Hollywood.The first-half saw Hadleigh on top and they deservedly led 3-1 at the interval.She has deservedly won the respect of everyone in the field of movement and dance both for the Society and herself.deservedly popular/well-known/famous etcExtreme simplicity of vocabulary, economy of imagery, regularity of form, and a deservedly famous poem.Loon Fung Restaurant A deservedly popular restaurant with all who enjoy genuine Cantonese fare.
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