swingeingly


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swingeingly

(ˈswɪndʒɪŋlɪ)
adv
by way of swingeing
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It is hypocritical to claim to be a representative of a recognised impoverished constituency when you can openly boast about being "paired" and hence not needing to vote on something so swingeingly obscene as the "bedroom tax".
Mises' ground-breaking 1912 treatise, "The Theory of Money and Credit," incurred a swingeingly hostile review from Keynes -- who afterwards admitted that he knew too little German to understand what Mises was driving at.
Housman dealt swingeingly with the imprisonment of Oscar Wilde, whose first trial had been in April and who was sent to Reading Gaol in November.