He had veritably saved her father from disaster; had saved her from—from many things.
The things were not only close: they were veritably upon us!
He was breathing heavily; he looked, veritably, a wounded man.
The grandson, then and there, was veritably drunk with the frenzy of despair!
Yes, it is even so: this is no vain phrase; it is veritably so.
His house was veritably ...