Examples of roundly in a Sentence
Her leadership is roundly praised.
She roundly criticized the plan.
Recent Examples of roundly from the Web
The measures have been roundly criticized by Democrats and liberal-leaning groups for being rushed.
The project cost hundreds of millions more than public projections and has been roundly derided by urban planners and architects, who say it was rushed into reality at the cost of structural integrity and functionality.
Buy Photo Developer Bart Blatstein presented plans for a super-sized Wawa convenience store with gas pumps on South Philadelphia’s Delaware River waterfront to dozens of nearby neighbors Wednesday night who roundly opposed the fueling station.
World Leaders Are Planning for the Future Without Trump President Donald Trump and the United States were roundly snubbed at this year’s World Government Summit, just two years after President Barack Obama delivered the forum’s keynote address.
It was roundly excoriated by Raytheon and Saudi royal officials.
The anti-gun-violence rallies and protests led by young activists have been roundly applauded by adults, including prominent politicians and pundits.
The country witnessed the demise of Nokia Oyj’s consumer electronics business over the past decade, as Apple Inc. roundly beat it in the business of making state-of-the-art mobile phones.
But that team dramatically overachieved, winning eight league games after being roundly picked in the preseason to finish last.
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First Known Use of roundly
like gangbusters, to beat the band, with a vengeance, with might and main;
ROUNDLY Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of roundly for English Language Learners
: thoroughly or completely
: by nearly everyone
: using plain or strong language
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