throughly


Related to throughly: thoroughly

through·ly

 (thro͞o′lē)
adv. Archaic
Thoroughly.

throughly

(ˈθruːlɪ)
adv
archaic thoroughly; completely
References in classic literature ?
Mauki did his work throughly, and the kanakas, hiding in their houses, heard the "big fella noise" that Bunster made and continued to make for an hour or more.
SHE | isoneofmy favourite DJs and a throughly nice lady too and you can see Sam Divine playing at Garlands tonight for the Exit Presents party.
Critique: An impressive and throughly researched study, "An Evil Day in Georgia: The Killing of Coleman Osborn and the Death Penalty in the Progressive-Era South" by Robert N.
The Government may not comment on issues of such significance before they are throughly studied in terms of their socioeconomic impacts.
A young squad, almost unrecognisable from the one relegated at Brighton only two years ago, throughly deserved the applause.
MHis agent Luke Sutton lodged a protest against Moores' imminent departure by posting angry tweets - which he later deleted - raging: "If the rumours are true, this is an appalling way to treat a throughly decent man.
Siadhail covers Hughes life throughly, although in the early years he may place too much emphasis on her being a Catholic in a predominantly Protestant Alberta.
MULLOCK'S VERDICT Make no mistake, Burnley throughly deserved this victory, despite City's valid claims for an injury-time penalty
Hamare ghar mein chori hui hai and humne competent system ko approach kiya is cheeze ko throughly investigate karne ke liye .
The New Zealander has used 70 players in Wales' 38 Tests since the 2011 World Cup, which suggests he IS prepared to look throughly at what is at his disposal.