Roundly

Round"ly

, adv. 1. In a round form or manner.
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2. Openly; boldly; peremptorily; plumply.
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He affirms everything roundly.
Addison.
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3. Briskly; with speed. locke.
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Two of the outlaws walked roundly forward.
Sir W. Scott.
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4. Completely; vigorously; in earnest. Shak.
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5. Without regard to detail; in gross; comprehensively; generally; as, to give numbers roundly.
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In speaking roundly of this period.
H. Morley.
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