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roundly condemn/criticize etc

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishroundly condemn/criticize etcroundly condemn/criticize etcto condemn, criticize etc someone strongly and severely All the major political parties roundly condemned the attack. roundly
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roundly condemn/criticize etcThe slickly produced pamphlet listed numerous general goals but offered little in the way of specifics and has been roundly criticized.Under normal circumstances that would be a thoroughly anti-democratic development, to be roundly condemned.Pena was roundly criticized by senators who lectured him about public grandstanding and insufficient attention to safety concerns.Such inequality was roundly condemned by the Old Testament prophets.And every year the report's findings are roundly condemned by Tory politicians for being excessively negative.
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