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literally
used in Jane Eyre

4 uses
  • Literally, I was (what he often called me) the apple of his eye.
    Chapter 38 — Conclusion (57% in)
  • St. John's eyes, though clear enough in a literal sense, in a figurative one were difficult to fathom.
    Chapter 29 (69% in)
  • Literally, he lived only to aspire — after what was good and great, certainly; but still he would never rest, nor approve of others resting round him.
    Chapter 34 (18% in)
  • I beg your pardon, it is the literal truth: he asked me more than once, and was as stiff about urging his point as ever you could be.
    Chapter 37 (71% in)

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