harshly : Definition, Usages, News and More
- r in a harsh or unkind manner
`That's enough!,' he cut in harshly
- r in a harsh and grating manner
- His plan was harshly criticized by the corporations, which were unwilling to give up any part of their profitable business.
- They contend that not unlike police who stop people on the basis of race, teachers and school officials discipline black students more often and more harshly than whites.
- Although he has been harshly criticized for his wealth, Carlos, 68, belies simplistic characterization.
- David Stern in ESPN
Asked during a conference call what message the penalties sent, Stern said: "We mean what we say when we say that guns are prohibited from being in our buildings and on team business. You will be dealt with harshly because it's very potentially...
- Hillary Rodham Clinton in Forbes
There are many reasons history will judge George W. Bush harshly,Clinton said at one point. "But among the top two is how he has used fear to divide us. The other is because we have been infected by a sense of fatalism."
- Qiangba Puncog in AFP
Those who have committed serious crimes will be dealt with harshly,Qiangba said, urging Tibetans to inform on each other. "If they turn themselves in, they will be dealt with leniently. If they provide further information about others...