English version

soundly

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishsoundlysound‧ly /ˈsaʊndli/ adverb  1 SLEEPif you sleep soundly, you sleep deeply and peacefully The baby slept soundly all night.2 soundly defeated/beaten/thrashed
Examples from the Corpus
soundlyShe searched through all the mattresses and featherbeds, pulled out the pea, and then slept soundly.Within seconds Maggie was sleeping soundly.In Normandy, the settlers could sleep more soundly as the theatre of active war moved south.The Republicans were soundly defeated in the South, even in places where there were voting black majorities.I slept soundly for the first time since I left Denver.Dole was beaten soundly in New Hampshire and never recovered.Our proposal was soundly rejected by the board.For the first time in weeks, Ted Iacenda will sleep soundly tonight.
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