Definitions

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  • adv. In a draconian manner.

Etymologies

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draconian +‎ -ly

Examples

  • At the same time, I have no faith in the kind of law that the prosecutor, Fitzgerald, has used so ruthlessly, & by means of which he has obtained draconianly unjust sentences on the basis of things like "mail fraud" where there is not enough evidence to prove more serious crimes of which there is no evidence other than innuendo.

    Gordon Brown, Charlie Whelan and Me

  • When draconianly enforced this ban did not even make exceptions for the party chairman or chief moneybags or members of the national committee.

    The Goldwater Precedent

  • It lets the Chinese government know that people around the world care about freedom of speech and that we know it censors stuff, pointlessly, draconianly, pathetically etc.

    Imagethief

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