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- adv. In a harsh manner; severely.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adv. In a harsh manner; gratingly; roughly; rudely.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In a harsh manner; roughly; austerely; unkindly.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. in a harsh and grating manner
- adv. in a harsh or unkind manner
But it expresses concern about what it calls harshly anti-Semitic rhetoric in some television programs.
The only reason NOW that LGBs are punished more harshly is because of DADT.
"Come on in hyeh an 'git supper," he called harshly to the girl, and as the boy went back up the spur, he could hear the scolding going on below, with no answer from Mavis, and he made up his mind to put an end to that some day himself.
"Cigars!" he called harshly to the waiter, to hide his emotion.
It’s your heart and you are sharing it with us and if people feel the need to judge you harshly from a digital distance, I say they can take their mean-ole selves to the land of crashing hard drives and slow internet connections.
In fact, it’s one professor exercising his academic freedom in harshly criticizing the Senator.
If you are nasty to a crow, it will somehow pass this on to its children, and they to theirs, and all of them will call harshly and swoop at your head when they see you.
History will judge him harshly, that is why he is trying to re-write it.
I do recall harshly dissenting from his vision for America and his voting record in the State Senate and in Congress.
Some argue that one should treat ex-felons more harshly, that is, differently, to try to reduce re-offense.