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literally
used in Fearless

7 uses
  • Someone knocked at the door and Larry closed his Bible, one of several he and Janice had literally worn out over twelve years of study.
    p. 290.8
  • Janice answered the phone and kept the books: in those nascent months, literally a book.
    p. 20.2
  • Adam ended his high school career with a bang, literally, as he walked out the door, but once Manda and he had posed for photos and said their good-byes to friends, Adam became melancholy.
    p. 37.1
  • By then Kelley was already in induced labor and suffering from a literally blinding headache from the magnesium sulfate she'd received to lower her blood pressure.
    p. 120.1
  • "He peeled out, literally burned rubber," says Christian, "then drove like a maniac—drifting around corners, hitting potholes.
    p. 130.4
  • On their right were a few sporadic buildings whose roofs they could literally step onto, as the slope continued dropping off steeply into farming terraces, all the way to the valley floor a quarter mile below.
    p. 272.9
  • It was so sad, and horrible, and I literally shook my head trying to get the thought out of there.
    p. 282.3

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