deservedly

[dih-zur-vid-lee]
adverb
according to desert; justly; rightly.

Origin:
1540–50; deserved + -ly

half-deservedly, adverb
undeservedly, adverb
well-deservedly, adverb
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de'servedly (dɪˈzɜːvɪdlɪ)
 
adv
according to merit; justly

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Example sentences
Both parties are deservedly upbraided for their reticence on exactly how to cut
  the fiscal deficit.
And you should be deservedly proud of such glowing comments.
Capitalism's excesses get deservedly excoriated for causing today's global
  catastrophe.
There have been two tight games in this series, ones that were deservedly split.
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