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veritable
used in Great Expectations

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used for emphasis:  to describe one thing as almost like another (more intense) thing
  • 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.
    Chapter 19 (6% in)

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