What is another word for veritably?

Pronunciation: [vˈɛɹɪtəblɪ] (IPA)

Veritably is a word that means truly, factually, or genuinely. Its synonyms include verily, truthfully, in truth, really, absolutely, unquestionably, certifiably, authentically, and definitely. Using these words instead of veritably can help to add more variety and depth to your writing. For example, instead of saying "she was veritably exhausted," you could say "she was truly exhausted" or "she was unquestionably exhausted." These synonyms can help to make your writing more engaging and precise, allowing you to convey your message more effectively. By experimenting with these different words, you can improve the impact and clarity of your writing.

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What are the hypernyms for Veritably?

A hypernym is a word with a broad meaning that encompasses more specific words called hyponyms.

What are the opposite words for veritably?

Veritably means truly, genuinely, or in fact. To find antonyms for this word, we can look for words that mean the opposite. Some antonyms for veritably include falsely, fictitiously, and insincerely. These words suggest that something is not true, genuine or factual. Other antonyms may include spurious, deceitfully, or bogus. These words convey the idea that something appears true but is actually false. When looking for antonyms for veritably, it is essential to consider the context in which the word is used to find the most appropriate word to use.

What are the antonyms for Veritably?

Usage examples for Veritably

Of course, if the question had been pushed home, he would have had to admit that love as a violent passion does veritably exist, or otherwise there would not be so many young men blowing out their brains, and young women drowning themselves, out of disappointment; but probably he would have pointed out that in these cases the coroner's jury invariably and charitably certify that the victim is insane.
"Prince Fortunatus"
William Black
He told himself that he loved them veritably.
"Corpus of a Siam Mosquito"
Steven Sills
Had the excellent Rip Van Winkle, instead of seeking his repose upon the cold and barren acclivities of the Kaatskills-as we are veritably informed by Irving-but betaken himself to a comfortable bed at Morrison's or the Bilton, not only would he have enjoyed a more agreeable siesta, but, what the event showed of more consequence, the pleasing satisfaction of not being disconcerted by novelty on his awakening.
"The Confessions of Harry Lorrequer, Complete"
Charles James Lever (1806-1872)

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