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veritably (adverb), more veritably, most veritably
1. Referring to how something is true, authentic, bona fide; unquestionably: The long hike up the mountain took variably 4 days to reach the peak, and spending the nights at mountain huts on the way.
2. Regarding how the amount, size, or the nature of something is emphasised: During the hot summer months the mosquitos veritably buzzed around and irritated the guests at the outdoor restaurant.
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