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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishroundlyround‧ly /ˈraʊndli/ adverb   roundly condemn/criticize etc
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roundlyThose who have read him know how seldom he declares himself thus roundly and emphatically.Mr Pastrana's audacity was roundly applauded, but there was less enthusiasm for what he managed to achieve.Pena was roundly criticized by senators who lectured him about public grandstanding and insufficient attention to safety concerns.Its 853 California miles are roundly hated.But at the time, these ideas were roundly rejected by geophysicists.But the poet Goethe roundly rejected that idea.Insider dealing has been roundly trounced, widely discredited, and often outlawed.
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