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used in The Angel Experiment

9 uses
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actually true using the basic meaning of the words (not an exaggeration, metaphor, or other type of figurative speech)
  • Here, we could live free. I mean literally free, as in, not in cages.
    Part 1 (15% in)
literally = actually (not figuratively; not an exaggeration)
  • She was with bloodthirsty man-wolf mutants eager for her blood who would turn her over to despicable lab geeks who wanted to take her apart. Literally.
    Part 1 (71% in)
  • One had rough, scaly skin—literally scaly, like a fish, but just in patches, not all over.
    Part 2 (4% in)
  • It gets so tiring, this strong-picking-on-the-weak stuff. It was the story of my life—literally—and it seemed to be a big part of the outside world too.
    Part 2 (23% in)
  • He literally licked his chops and rubbed his huge, hairy hands together, as if he'd learned how to be a bad guy from cartoons.
    Part 2 (59% in)
  • The Erasers poked their fingers through our bars, trying to scratch us, taunting, literally rattling our cages.
    Part 3 (83% in)
  • I literally gnashed my teeth.
    Part 5 (67% in)
  • We were surrounded by Erasers, more Erasers than I'd ever seen before. Literally hundreds and hundreds of them.
    Part 6 (25% in)
  • "You're dead meat," Ari growled. I mean that literally.
    Part 6 (77% in)

There are no more uses of "literally" in The Angel Experiment.

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