literally[ lit-er-uh-lee ]SEE DEFINITION OF literally
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR LITERALLY
And in the fulness of time it literally with us so came about.
Rank after rank in succession appeared: literally thousands.
I wish it understood, that this is literally my own story, logged by my old shipmate.
In this way it might be literally possible 'to hear a shadow fall athwart the stillness.'
As to your guess, if I answered it literally, I should answer no.
He was just in time to save them, literally, from starvation.
He is, as Swinburne says, helmsman and chief: he is literally the Man at the Wheel.
The "Banks of Dee" is, you know, literally "Langolee" to slow time.
Would you believe that I have literally given it for a song?
Any object may be proportioned out (literally, measured) in a similar way.
MORE RELATED WORDS FOR LITERALLY
- as a matter of fact
- beyond doubt
- de facto
- for fair
- for real
- in actuality
- in effect
- in fact
- in point of fact
- in reality
- no ifs ands or buts
- nothing else but
- of course