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adverb as in de facto

adverb as in true


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A longtime Spanish game streamer, who goes by Graslu00, was handed the veritable GoldenEye key in the form of one of the game's near-complete ROMs, as made by Rare during the 2010s for Xbox 360 consoles and then indefinitely shelved.

The outbreak of war in Europe in 1939 accelerated the tensions between Alcoa and the American state, as demand for aluminum to build warplanes promised to turn Alcoa into a veritable behemoth.

For example, William Robertson, a veritable celebrity in the world of fine miniatures, does intensive research on each of his 17th and 18th century pieces, and even sources materials, like brick and wood, from the period.

While people at the tail end of the vaccination priority list will likely be able to browse a veritable vaccine buffet, anyone getting vaccinated in the next few months is probably just going to have to take what’s available.

With a veritable trifecta of competition due to the pandemic, election, and holiday season, marketers must reassess their digital marketing strategies to ensure they can reach customers and boost sales.

Woe to you if you fall into his clutches; before you come out of them you will be plucked, veritably flayed.

But these formidable interruptions veritably happened, and received the stern discipline in such cases made and provided.

Chauvelin felt as if his heart would veritably burst with the wildness of its beating.

That was veritably a Delphic utterance at that moment, had Hiram only known it.

It was veritably a park of the Gods, and enclosing it was the monstrous, corrugated palisade of the Rockies.

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On this page you'll find 145 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to veritably, such as: absolutely, for real, genuinely, indeed, in fact, and literally.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.