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literally
used in Looking for Alaska

4 uses
  • THE NEXT WEDNESDAY, I ran into Lara after religion class—literally.
    p. 188.7
  • ...this boy named Justin and we're at his house watching TV on the couch—and mind you, I'm already dating Jake—actually I'm still dating him, miraculously enough, but Justin is a friend of mine from when I was a kid and so we're watching TV and literally chatting about the SATs or something, and Justin puts his arm around me and I think, Oh that's nice, we've been friends for so long and this is totally comfortable, and we're just chatting and then I'm in the middle of a sentence about...
    p. 14.9
  • Why the Colonel, who literally couldn't afford to get in serious trouble?
    p. 58.6
  • It is so cold today—literally freezing—and I imagine running to the creek and diving in headfirst, the creek so shallow that my hands scrape against the rocks, and my body slides into the cold water, the shock of the cold giving way to numbness, and I would stay there, float down with that water first to the Cahaba River, then to the Alabama River, then to Mobile Bay and the Gulf of Mexico.
    p. 142.2

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