from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adv. Archaic Thoroughly.
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- adv. Thoroughly, completely.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adv. Thoroughly.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Completely; wholly; thoroughly.
- Without reserve; thoroughly; carefully; earnestly.
When the Lord washes a soul it is "throughly" done, and every strand is white in holiness.
I know because GTMO, Abu Ghraib, and Bagram had been throughly investigated.
I think all of us have to be very careful and conscious about our guns and gun safety, no matter how old are kids are, and how throughly, and repeatedly, we train them.
Ken I throughly enjoyed your interpretation of the genetics as relating to wildlife.
I cut out all the fat, take each piece of meat and throughly wash it then freeze it in vacum sealed bags.
I cut away all of the fat and grisel and throughly wash all of the blood from the meat.
I loved the central idea of the story, and I think that the piece did a good job in exploring it throughly.
"The Other Side of Down" is throughly professional, polished, and forgettable.
I'm glad Dobbs is gone and I throughly respect John King.
Given that David Addington, John Yoo and Alberto Gonzales have not been disbarred at this point, I think it is far to conclude that our federal judges are like most magistrates throughout human history: throughly corrupt, two-faced liars who get a highly paid life time sinecure in exchange for crafting hypocritical sophistry to justify a pre-determined decision.