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verily (VER-uh-lee) adverb
In truth, indeed, truly, certainly.
[From Middle English verraily, from verrai/verray (very), from Old French verai (true), from vulgar Latin veracus, from Latin verax (truthful).]
"He (Kenneth Kaunda) further said ... that he verily believes the
detaining authority has no grounds or reasonable belief to detain him."
"And verily did the chains fall off all manner of things which sorely
The ultimate test of a moral society is the kind of world that it leaves to its children. -Dietrich Bonhoeffer, theologian (1906-1945)