Adjective(1) precisely as stated(2) being the exact same one; not any other:
Adverb(1) used as intensifiers; `real' is sometimes used informally for `really'; `rattling' is informal(2) precisely so
(1) the very thought of a game is enough to keep me happy(2) It was a dark, deep chocolate truffle with a very distinct bite of fresh black pepper.(3) The two Bobby Vans are very distinctive and have the name painted on the sides.(4) I didn't do very well at the beginning(5) the very smallest shops(6) from the very beginning(7) Those of us who stayed at home to mind the Yew trees last weekend endured a very unusual few days.(8) how very kind of you to let us know where you were!(9) a month ago to this very day(10) The cars come down this road very quickly and we have seen quite a few accidents.(11) Sofia looks very dirty from the bicycle and at the same time is so interesting, he says.(12) Yorkshire and especially Bradford must be very proud of this wonderful caring celebrity.(13) she's in the very best of health(14) that's not very likely to happen(15) We are talking here about very significant numbers of houses, probably more than we can cope with.(16) Trees are so important for all the reasons outlined but they are very significant in two other ways as well.
1. exact ::
2. mere ::
3. selfsame ::
4. extremely ::
5. rattling ::
1. another ::
2. different ::
3. other ::
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