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literally
used in In Cold Blood

4 uses
  • It was destined to be misunderstood, or taken too literally because your ideas are opposed to conventionalism.
    2 — Persons Unknown (86% in)
  • Of course, Dick was very literal-minded, very— he had no understanding of music, poetry-and yet when you got right down toot, Dick's literalness, his pragmatic approach to every subject, was the primary reason Perry had been attracted to him, for it made Dick seem, compared to himself, so authentically tough, invulnerable, "totally masculine.
    1 — Last To See Them Alive (20% in)
  • Of course, Dick was very literal-minded, very— he had no understanding of music, poetry-and yet when you got right down toot, Dick's literalness, his pragmatic approach to every subject, was the primary reason Perry had been attracted to him, for it made Dick seem, compared to himself, so authentically tough, invulnerable, "totally masculine.
    1 — Last To See Them Alive (20% in)
  • It was a five-year diary; in the four years of its existence she had never neglected to make an entry, though the splendor of several events (Eveanna's wedding, the birth of her nephew) and the drama of others (her first REAL quarrel with Bobby"-a page literally tear-stained) had caused her to usurp space allotted to the future.
    1 — Last To See Them Alive (76% in)

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