Definition of Literally. Meaning of Literally. Synonyms of Literally

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Definition of Literally

Literally
Literally Lit"er*al*ly, adv. 1. According to the primary and natural import of words; not figuratively; as, a man and his wife can not be literally one flesh. 2. With close adherence to words; word by word. So wild and ungovernable a poet can not be translated literally. --Dryden.

Meaning of Literally from wikipedia

- Look up literal or literally in Wiktionary, the free dictionary....
- Literally, Right Before Aaron is a 2017 American comedy film written and directed by Ryan Eggold. The film stars Justin Long, Cobie Smulders, Ryan Hansen...
- Literally I Can't is a 2014 hip hop song by production duo Play-N-Skillz, featuring Redfoo, Lil Jon, and Enertia McFly. The song's music video was posted...
- enseñanza media China: zhong xue (中学; literally, middle school), consisting of chu zhong (初中; 初级中学; literally low-level middle school) from grades 7...
- to avoid alcohol tax. The third is shin mirin (literally: new mirin), or mirin-fu chomiryo (literally: mirin-like seasoning), which contains less than...
- Year of Living Biblically: One Man's Humble Quest to follow the Bible as Literally as Possible is a book by A. J. Jacobs, an editor at Esquire magazine,...
- (בְּרֵאשִׁית, literally "In the beginning") — Genesis Shemot (שְׁמֹות, literally "The names [of]") — Exodus Vayikra (וַיִּקְרָא, literally "And He called")...
- of troll. In Chinese, trolling is referred to as bái mù (Chinese: 白目; literally: 'white eye'), which can be straightforwardly explained as "eyes without...
- Kinbaku (緊縛) means "tight binding," while Kinbaku-bi (緊縛美) literally means "the beauty of tight binding." Kinbaku is a ****anese style of bondage or BDSM...
- 狐の嫁入り kitsune no yomeiri (Literally: a fox's wedding. Meaning: a sun-shower) and the yojijukugo 小春日和 koharubiyori (Literally: small spring weather. Meaning:...
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