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literal -- as in: in the most literal sense
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  • ’I have a belly-full,’ I told him, and it was literally true because I felt an actual sickness in all of me inside and a sweating and a nausea as though I had swallowed bad sea food.
  • But when I am with Maria I love her so that I feel, literally, as though I would die and I never believed in that nor thought that it could happen.

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  • She thinks the creation story in the Bible is a literal description; while he thinks it is poetic.
  • The computer has no common sense. It will interpret everything you tell it literally.

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