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See definition of literatim on Dictionary.com
  • as inverbatim
  • as inliterally
  • as inword for word

synonyms for literatim

  • accurately
  • direct
  • directly
  • literally
  • precisely
  • sic
  • to the letter
  • word-for-word
  • precisely
  • plainly
  • actually
  • completely
  • simply
  • directly
  • truly
  • really
  • correctly
  • direct
  • faithfully
  • rightly
  • straight
  • strictly
  • verbatim
  • indisputably
  • letter by letter
  • not figuratively
  • rigorously
  • sic
  • to the letter
  • undeviatingly
  • undisputably
  • unerringly
  • unmistakably
  • veritably
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antonyms for literatim

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  • different
  • loosely
  • doubtfully
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    How to use literatim in a sentence

    His editorial was the "Courier's" leader, and it appeared verbatim et literatim.
    A HOOSIER CHRONICLEMEREDITH NICHOLSON
    The next day the letter—of which we give a verbatim et literatim copy—was received and then forwarded on to us.
    THE HISTORY OF THE CATNACH PRESSCHARLES HINDLEY
    This and the next extract are given literatim to show Stanyhurst's marvellous spelling.
    A HISTORY OF ENGLISH LITERATUREGEORGE SAINTSBURY
    They are given in their chronological order, and verbatim, but not literatim, the orthography having been modernized.
    SHAKESPEARE'S INSOMNIA, AND THE CAUSES THEREOFFRANKLIN H. HEAD
    The following lines are copied, verbatim et literatim, from a window pane in an upstairs room of the Talbot Inn, Ripley.
    NOTES AND QUERIES, VOL. IV, NUMBER 108, NOVEMBER 22, 1851VARIOUS
    Marsh's narrative is too diffuse, not to mention other faults, for me to follow it verbatim et (il-)literatim.
    OLD TRAILS ON THE NIAGARA FRONTIERFRANK H. SEVERANCE
    These letters have been addressed by emigrants to their relatives in the eastern part of Sussex, and have been printed literatim.
    THE MIRROR OF LITERATURE, AMUSEMENT, AND INSTRUCTION.VARIOUS
    Tom immediately sits down at the piano, and produces verbatim et literatim the whole of what he has just heard.
    MUSIC AND SOME HIGHLY MUSICAL PEOPLEJAMES M. TROTTER
    Quotations used in the body of the text have been reprinted literatim without editing.
    HISTORY OF THE CONSTITUTIONS OF IOWABENJAMIN F. SHAMBAUGH
    And this cash-value, it is needless to say, is verbatim et literatim what our empiricist account pays in.
    ESSAYS IN RADICAL EMPIRICISMWILLIAM JAMES
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