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The Definition of - soundly (adv)

    adjective, sounder, soundest.
    1.
    free from injury, damage, defect, disease, etc.; in good condition; healthy; robust:
    a sound heart; a sound mind.
    2.
    financially strong, secure, or reliable:
    a sound business; sound investments.
    3.
    competent, sensible, or valid:
    sound judgment.
    4.
    having no defect as to truth, justice, wisdom, or reason:
    sound advice.
    5.
    of substantial or enduring character:
    sound moral values.
    6.
    following in a systematic pattern without any apparent defect in logic:
    sound reasoning.
    7.
    uninterrupted and untroubled; deep:
    sound sleep.
    8.
    vigorous, thorough, or severe:
    a sound thrashing.
    9.
    free from moral defect or weakness; upright, honest, or good; honorable; loyal.
    10.
    having no legal defect:
    a sound title to property.
    11.
    theologically correct or orthodox, as doctrines or a theologian.
    adverb
    12.
    deeply; thoroughly:
    sound asleep.

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Word Origin & History of - soundly

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