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staunchly

[ stawnch-lee ]
/ ˈstɔntʃ li /
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adverb
in a way that shows firmness or steadfast adherence to principle, loyalty, etc.:The party remains staunchly left of center, and continues to be rigorous in its defense of its founding principles.The mayor is staunchly opposed to a casino coming to her city.
in a substantial or strong way:The furniture is staunchly built of wood and steel, beautifully finished and richly upholstered.
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Sometimes stanch·ly [stahnch-lee] /ˈstɑntʃ li/ .

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