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verily

adverb ver·i·ly \ˈver-ə-lē\

: certainly or truly

Full Definition of VERILY

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:  in truth :  certainly

Examples of VERILY

  1. I verily believe that these accusations are false.
  2. <verily, I don't remember a single thing about that course>

Origin of VERILY

Middle English verraily, from verray very
First Known Use: 14th century

Rhymes with VERILY

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