veritably

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veritable +‎ -ly

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veritably (comparative more veritably, superlative most veritably)

  1. In a veritable manner; in a way that truly and accurately describes something.
    • 1860-1861: Charles Dickens, Great Expectations [1]
      My comfort was, that it happened a long time ago, and that he had doubtless been transported a long way off, and that he was dead to me, and might be veritably dead into the bargain.

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