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- adv. In a thorough manner, firmly, completely.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adv. In a sound manner.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In a sound manner, in any sense of the word sound.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. deeply or completely
- adv. completely and absolutely (`good' is sometimes used informally for `thoroughly')
To keep the economies of Canada and the United States expanding steadily and soundly is also going to require sound and confident forward planning by private business.
And if a writer wants to really persuade his or her readers of something, focusing on one central idea and arguing it soundly is more likely to stick in their readers’ heads than a list of 25 reasons why such and such.
To sleep soundly, which is a blessing, is to repair and renew the body.
Well, 40 million Americans and 10 million foreigners - a collective 1.5 million more in 2011 than in 2010 - have proven the notion soundly wrong.
Nagourney says that Clinton's other challenges are to defeat Obama "soundly" in Pennsylvania and lead in the total popular vote after the June primaries.
He promised to send her something to prevent the wine making her sleep too soundly, meaning a composing draught to enable her to sleep, as he saw very little chance of her doing so without.
_Tyrant_, &c., with which Prospero hunts his enemies "soundly," in the
Then they had the "Old Woman in the Shoe," and Flaxie was a fierce and cruel mother, whipping her children so "soundly" that you could hear them scream half a mile off.
Her father's emphasis on 'soundly' declared an approval of the deed, and she was chilled by a sickening abhorrence and dread of the cruel brute in men, such as, awakened by she knew not what, had haunted her for a year of her girlhood.
The trick is to find someone to "soundly" manage a bank.