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adjective as in exactly

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The Ministry of Truth’s employees were in charge of writing down the most negative things about Big Brother they could, by transcribing verbatim what came out of his mouth, and that seemed unfair to Winston.

This is one of those films I hope people will know thoroughly and verbatim.

At least three federal documents, including a 2019 report, repeat almost verbatim the project application’s claims for visitation, job creation and revenue generation.

You may want to sacrifice smooth readability occasionally for long-tail keywords verbatim.

Cajon Valley Union officials told me the same thing, almost verbatim, after they were able to bring some students back to campus.

I have it on good authority these quotes are 100 percent accurate, if not 100 percent verbatim.

But most of all he loved Monty Python and would regularly repeat their hilarious sketches verbatim.

He stuck them in his pocket, and would later copy them, almost verbatim, into his novel.

These and other famous pieces of revolutionary rhetoric repeat lines from the play more or less verbatim.

Check out this devastating Obama ad on that point, with regular citizens reading verbatim Romney's explanation.

And the conversations I can reproduce almost verbatim, for, according to my invariable habit, I kept full notes of all he said.

His chief guide is Julius Cæsar, whom he frequently quotes verbatim.

He (Stopford) wrote it down, in the ante-room, the moment he left the presence and I may take it as being as good as verbatim.

His editorial was the "Courier's" leader, and it appeared verbatim et literatim.

Mr. Drury can not claim to have recorded verbatim Prof. Vaughn's remarks, but has endeavored to give the substance.


On this page you'll find 16 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to verbatim, such as: accurately, direct, directly, literally, literatim, and precisely.

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