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used for emphasizing what is really true or what really happened
used for emphasizing that something is definitely true or will definitely happen
used for showing that what you are saying is true and that most people will realize this
used for emphasizing that what you are saying is nothing more than what you say it is
used for showing that what you are saying is really true and is not just an impressive way of describing something
used for showing that a statement is based on known facts
used for showing that you believe something is very likely
used for saying that something is mostly true, but not completely true
a start-up … whose value has reached more than one billion US dollars
a form of protest in which workers stop doing their jobs without giving their employers any warning
an afternoon full of crafts
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Free thesaurus definition of ways of emphasizing that something is true or exact from the Macmillan English Dictionary - a free English dictionary online with thesaurus and with pronunciation from Macmillan Publishers Limited.