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literally
used in The Witch of Blackbird Pond

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Definition
actually true using the basic meaning of the words (not an exaggeration, metaphor, or other type of figurative speech)
  •   I can't bear it, she thought in panic. "Not tonight!" The last two words escaped into a half-whisper. William took them literally.
      "Tomorrow then."
    p. 144.8
literally = using the basic meaning of the words
  • John had never asked formal permission to call; he had merely taken literally Rachel's invitation to come again.
    p. 101.5
literally = using the basic meaning of the words
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