Literally

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Definition

literally: exactly, precisely, strictly, to the letter, verbatim, word for word
adverb

literal: accurate, exact, actual; true, verbatim
adjective

Examples

  • "Our latest product – Mindmelt - is literally a miracle in a box."
  • "Not literally of course."
  • ""Chick" (unless referring literally to a baby bird)"
  • "Edward : No Bruno, I literally live in the park."
  • "Susie : Too literal."
  • "In case last night's gymnastics left you with any doubts, I am literally head over heels in love with you!"
  • "Not literally, of course."
  • "We are "examining" him now in a secret location (the toilets in the Delavigne parking lot), trying to find out literally what makes these robots tick."
  • "I got too "big headed" wanting my own statue, and now I've been brought back down to earth with a bump – literally!"
  • "Robot : Which conveniently brings us to Step 3: Do not have sexual relations with your cabinet, literally or figuratively."

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