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actually
Definition:
Really; in truth; as a matter of fact.

Synonyms:

adjective
truly real, existent
absolutely, as a matter of fact, de facto, genuinely, in fact, in point of fact, in reality, in truth, indeed, literally, really, very, veritably.
adverb
absolutely
on the money.
all
actually, really.
literally
accurately, authentically, exactly, explicitly, literally, precisely, prosaically, not figuratively.
materially
mundanely.
quite
largely, purely.
really
absolutely, positively, quite, really, truly, nothing else but.
substantially
considerably, essentially, importantly, materially, meaningfully, physically, significantly, substantially, tangibly, immanently.
truly
reliably, with all one's heart.
adverb
absolutely
categorically, come hell or high water, decisively, on the button, unambiguously, no ifs ands or buts, no strings attached, straight out, sure as can be, sure as hell, sure enough, the very thing, very thing.
completely
quite.
de facto
in fact, veritably.
in reality
de facto.
literally
accurately, authentically, exactly, explicitly, literally, literatim, precisely, prosaically, rigorously, sic, to the letter, unerringly, unmistakably, undeviatingly, letter by letter, undisputably, the letter.
materially
palpably, physically, sensibly, tangibly, Corporeally, ponderably.
quite
all in all, in reality, In Toto, in truth, in all respects, without reservation.
really
absolutely, admittedly, as a matter of fact, authentically, beyond doubt, genuinely, in point of fact, legitimately, positively, really, truly, verily, in actuality, for real.
substantially
considerably, essentially, importantly, materially, meaningfully, physically, really, significantly, substantially, tangibly, immanently.
truly
as a matter of fact, devotedly, factually, in fact, righteously, staunchly, without doubt, Veraciously, Confirmedly, without a doubt, with devotion, with one heart.
noun
actually
in reality, really.
in truth
fairly, indeed, true, truthfully, verily.
Examples of usage:
  1. To do that took just three years of time, though actually less than twenty- five days of working time. – American Merchant Ships and Sailors by Willis J. Abbot
  2. " I need hardly say," said the major, " that even your mother had best not know about this, unless it should be actually necessary. – Ted Marsh on an Important Mission by Elmer Sherwood
  3. He actually did give a quick glance in the direction of the door.... – A Crooked Mile by Oliver Onions
  4. The sight of her actually frightened us, Tavannes and me! – Catherine de' Medici by Honore de Balzac
  5. Could she actually struggle with him hand to hand? – 'Twixt Land & Sea by Joseph Conrad

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