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accredit, authorize, commission, coronate, crown, depute, empower, endow, energize, enroll.
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Correct spelling:
very
Definition:
True; real; complete; perfect.

What does the acronym very stand for?

VERY abbreviation definitions:
–  Verida Internet Corporation
–  VERIDA INTERNET CORP.

Synonyms:

adjective
all
very.
identical
one and the same, look-alike, lookalike, spitting image, same difference, look alike, very same, identical, like two peas in a pod.
mere
pure and simple, unadorned, unmixed.
model
copier.
perfect
on the button, unerring, to a turn, perfect, a turn, on the money, bull's eye, bulls-eye, dead on, on target, to turn.
precise
clear cut.
real, exact
undoubted, bona fide, simple, selfsame, bare, sheer, authentic, right, ideal, plain, pure, appropriate, special, unquestionable, actual, especial, same, very same, genuine, correct, sure-enough, perfect, precise, mere, true, veritable, express, unqualified, identical, indubitable, model.
true
Undesigning, veridical, sure-enough, sure enough, washer, unfaked.
adverb
all
very.
deeply
intensely, profoundly.
exceptionally
remarkably, nice and.
extremely
infinitely, highly, sorely.
indeed
naturally.
infinitely
infinitely.
much, really; to a high degree
excessively, astonishingly, dearly, absolutely, incredibly, surprisingly, pretty, remarkably, decidedly, highly, noticeably, certainly, emphatically, exaggeratedly, profoundly, considerably, deeply, surpassingly, eminently, extraordinarily, powerfully, prodigiously, terribly, amply, acutely, pressingly, extremely, positively, exceedingly, unusually, extensively, notably, vastly, uncommonly, Indispensably, largely, awfully, particularly, greatly, superlatively, wonderfully, truly, substantially.
rather
rather.
seriously
perilously, precariously.
truly
reliably, with all one's heart.
adverb
conspicuously
preeminently.
deeply
intensely, profoundly.
extremely
indeed, inordinately, just so, sizably, so, exorbitantly, prohibitively, unusually, hugely, beyond measure, beyond compare, positively, powerful, imperatively, emphatically, to a fault, particularly, exaggeratedly, urgently, no end, superlatively, immensely, pressingly, uncommonly, simply, somewhat, right, helluva, good and, sorely, almighty, rather, to no small extent, ever so, dearly, surprisingly, certainly, terrifically, remarkably, enormously, exceptionally, notably, Almightily, infinitely, greatly, exceedingly, extraordinarily, precious, extensively, vitally, powerfully, amply, decidedly, to a great extent, wonderfully, noticeably, a bit of, severely, drastically, prodigiously, excessively, highly, substantially, in the extreme, incredibly, materially, nth degree, in part, Indispensably, astonishingly, more or less, very much, hell of a, largely, on a large scale, markedly, immoderately, by far, in a great measure, right smart, much, awfully, considerably, vastly, conspicuously, tremendously, without restraint, seriously, intensely, in a marked degree, pretty, acutely, to a great degree, quite.
indeed
undeniably, be sure, in deed, for real, to be sure.
infinitely
boundlessly.
infrequently
uncommonly.
quite
to some degree.
rather
a good bit.
seriously
grievously, deplorably, distressingly, harmfully, menacingly, threateningly, gravely, regrettably.
truly
legitimately, beyond question, authentically, with devotion, Confirmedly, in actuality, staunchly, unequivocally, beyond doubt, Veraciously, without doubt, without a doubt, factually, with one heart, righteously, devotedly.
noun
deeply, well, a lot, thoroughly.
same, Identic, identical, selfsame.
exact, precise.
mere, include, specific.
eminently, extra, extremely, notably, mighty, dreadfully, exceptionally, highly, awful, most, awfully, big, greatly, exceedingly.
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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