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Correct spelling:
very
Definition:
True; real; complete; perfect.

Synonyms:

adjective
all
very.
identical
identical, look-alike, spitting image, one and the same, lookalike, like two peas in a pod, look alike, same difference, very same.
mere
unadorned, pure and simple, unmixed.
model
copier.
perfect
perfect, unerring, on the money, on the button, bull's eye, to a turn, a turn, on target, bulls-eye, dead on, to turn.
precise
clear cut.
real, exact
actual, appropriate, authentic, bare, bona fide, correct, especial, express, genuine, ideal, identical, indubitable, mere, model, perfect, plain, precise, pure, right, same, selfsame, sheer, simple, special, sure-enough, true, undoubted, unqualified, unquestionable, veritable, very same.
true
veridical, washer, Undesigning, sure-enough, unfaked, sure enough.
adverb
all
very.
deeply
intensely, profoundly.
exceptionally
remarkably, nice and.
extremely
highly, infinitely, sorely.
indeed
naturally.
infinitely
infinitely.
much, really; to a high degree
absolutely, acutely, amply, astonishingly, awfully, certainly, considerably, dearly, decidedly, deeply, eminently, emphatically, exaggeratedly, exceedingly, excessively, extensively, extraordinarily, extremely, greatly, highly, incredibly, largely, notably, noticeably, particularly, positively, powerfully, pressingly, pretty, prodigiously, profoundly, remarkably, substantially, superlatively, surpassingly, surprisingly, terribly, truly, uncommonly, unusually, vastly, wonderfully, Indispensably.
rather
rather.
seriously
perilously, precariously.
truly
reliably, with all one's heart.
adverb
conspicuously
preeminently.
deeply
intensely, profoundly.
extremely
acutely, almighty, amply, astonishingly, awfully, beyond measure, by far, certainly, considerably, conspicuously, dearly, decidedly, drastically, emphatically, enormously, ever so, exaggeratedly, exceedingly, exceptionally, excessively, exorbitantly, extensively, extraordinarily, good and, greatly, highly, hugely, immensely, immoderately, imperatively, incredibly, indeed, infinitely, inordinately, intensely, just so, largely, markedly, materially, more or less, much, no end, notably, noticeably, particularly, positively, powerful, powerfully, precious, pressingly, pretty, prodigiously, prohibitively, quite, rather, remarkably, right, right smart, seriously, severely, simply, so, somewhat, sorely, substantially, superlatively, surprisingly, terrifically, to a fault, to a great extent, tremendously, uncommonly, unusually, urgently, vastly, very much, vitally, wonderfully, Almightily, Indispensably, sizably, hell of a, in the extreme, without restraint, in part, to a great degree, a bit of, beyond compare, helluva, in a great measure, in a marked degree, on a large scale, to no small extent, nth degree.
indeed
to be sure, undeniably, be sure, for real, in deed.
infinitely
boundlessly.
infrequently
uncommonly.
quite
to some degree.
rather
a good bit.
seriously
deplorably, distressingly, gravely, grievously, harmfully, menacingly, regrettably, threateningly.
truly
authentically, beyond doubt, beyond question, devotedly, factually, legitimately, righteously, staunchly, unequivocally, without doubt, Veraciously, Confirmedly, in actuality, without a doubt, with devotion, with one heart.
noun
Examples of usage:
  1. I should want to have very good neighbours, then. – A Letter of Credit by Susan Warner
  2. Yes, said Marah; all very well. – Jim Davis by John Masefield
  3. It is very, very happy! – More About Peggy by Mrs G. de Horne Vaizey
  4. " Very well, sir," said Jim. – The Hunter Cats of Connorloa by Helen Jackson
  5. Very well, what do you want her to do? – Leaves in the Wind by A. G. Gardiner

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