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literally
used in The Mark of Athena

10 uses
  • Percy had begun to suspect what might be down in that shrine .... literally, the mother of all spiders.
    p. 540.2
  • Sparks literally flew from Jason's hands.
    p. 107.4
  • He's a free spirit, literally, but once in a while he agrees to help me."
    p. 122.0
  • Porky snapped—literally, since he clicked his fingers to his thumbs like crab claws.
    p. 189.7
  • He imagined being in Frank's position, his life so fragile, it literally could burn up at any time.
    p. 300.6
  • They literally stole Athena, so she could no longer be the symbol of Greek military power.
    p. 311.6
  • THE NEXT MORNING PIPER WOKE to a different ship's horn—a blast so loud it literally shook her out of bed.
    p. 319.1
  • The whirlpool was literally making her head spin.
    p. 345.0
  • It wasn't so much drowning in the earth or the sea, but the feeling that he was sinking into too many expectations, literally getting in over his head.
    p. 379.5
  • The air turned electric—literally, as Jason started throwing off sparks.
    p. 537.4

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