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literally
used in It Happened to Nancy

7 uses
  • They could cut theirs short during the summers if they wanted to because they'd all shaped up literally.
    p. 120.9
  • Almost immediately cops appeared from nowhere and literally surrounded the area.
    p. 3.3
  • Literally my happy, happy, forever future!
    p. 12.4
  • It made me literally sick to my stomach to see pukey blank walking along with Margie, appearing normal and deep-South friendly, at least on the outside, but .... maybe I was wrong.
    p. 53.4
  • DEADLY .... that I could literally kill the people I love and want to protect the most just by being careless.
    p. 105.3
  • They had to shave most of his body to put splints on two broken legs and get the matted hair out of the big hole in his side, where whatever had taken a big bite out of him, literally.
    p. 227.1
  • I guess some of the reason I haven't eaten much for a while is because, with the rectal ulcer, when I go BM, it's like fire-and-brimstone-type hell literally; even my urine on them is like salt on an open wound.
    p. 256.8

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