Webster 1913 Edition
In a round form or manner.
Openly; boldly; peremptorily; plumply.
He affirms everything
Briskly; with speed.
Two of the outlaws walked
Sir W. Scott.
Completely; vigorously; in earnest.
Without regard to detail; in gross; comprehensively; generally;
as, to give numbers.
roundlyof this period.
Webster 1828 Edition
1.In a round form or manner.
2.Openly; boldly; without reserve; peremptorily.
He affirms every thing roundly.
3.Plainly; fully. He gives them roundly to understand that their duty is submission.
4.Briskly; with speed.
When the mind has brought itself to attention, it will be able to cope with difficulties and master them, and then it may go on roundly.
5.Completely; to the purpose; vigorously; in earnest.