veritably


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ver·i·ta·ble

 (vĕr′ĭ-tə-bəl)
adj.
Being truly so called; real or genuine: "Her tea ... was set forth with as much grace as if she had been a veritable guest to her own self" (Mary Wilkins Freeman).

[Middle English, from Old French, from verite; see verity.]

ver′i·ta·ble·ness n.
ver′i·ta·bly adv.
Translations

veritably

[ˈverɪtəblɪ] ADVverdaderamente

veritably

adv (liter)in der Tat, fürwahr (obs)
References in classic literature ?
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.
Dangeau, and twenty other courtiers, followed by their people and their baggage, closed this veritably triumphant march.
At the moment when the heroine was to act the stabbing of her lover, and he was to fall gracefully, the wife veritably stabbed her husband, who fell as death willed.
Sometimes, as is veritably attested, it dieth with the body, but after a season is raised up again in that place where the body did decay.
As surfing's feel-good narrative overlooks decades of Indonesian crimes against humanity in favour of azure reef passes, it likewise celebrates South Africa's fabled pointbreaks to such a degree that the realities of apartheid are veritably overlooked.
With hinted horror elements, creaky sound patterns and an overall twisted timbre, Streitenfeld manages to build up spine-chilling tension - a creepy, veritably haunting score.
If the agreement (to be signed in June) is not veritably solid, this means Iran could have a bomb and that is unacceptable.
It is a source of honour to greet the nation on 23rd of March, the eve of Pakistan Day, a veritably historic landmark in our nations quest for Independence.
We can veritably speak of a spirituality and even of a mysticism in
Veritably, teachers must sow the seed and society must learn not to fear the whirlwind (Editors, 2011, p.
This is, veritably, a serious breach of the social contract, which keeps law and order hale and hearty.
Yet, there is little awareness among many scholars that Uzbekistan is veritably a volcano waiting to erupt.