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Verry vs. Very

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Verryadjective

obsolete spelling of very

Veryadjective

True, real, actual.

‘The fierce hatred of a very woman.’; ‘The very blood and bone of our grammar.’; ‘He tried his very best.’;

Verryadverb

obsolete spelling of very

Veryadjective

The same; identical.

‘He proposed marriage in the same restaurant, at the very table where they first met.’; ‘That's the very tool that I need.’;

Verry

Verry is a surname.

Veryadjective

With limiting effect: mere.

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Veryadverb

To a great extent or degree; extremely; exceedingly.

‘You’re drinking very slowly.’; ‘That dress is very you.’;

Veryadverb

True, truly.

Veryadverb

(with superlatives) Used to firmly establish that nothing else surpasses in some respect.

‘He was the very best runner there.’;

Veryadjective

True; real; actual; veritable.

‘Whether thou be my very son Esau or not.’; ‘He that covereth a transgression seeketh love; but he that repeateth a matter separateth very friends.’; ‘The very essence of truth is plainness and brightness.’; ‘I looked on the consideration of public service or public ornament to be real and very justice.’;

Veryadverb

In a high degree; to no small extent; exceedingly; excessively; extremely; as, a very great mountain; a very bright sun; a very cold day; the river flows very rapidly; he was very much hurt.

Veryadjective

precisely as stated;

‘the very center of town’;

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Veryadjective

being the exact same one; not any other:;

‘this is the identical room we stayed in before’; ‘the themes of his stories are one and the same’; ‘saw the selfsame quotation in two newspapers’; ‘on this very spot’; ‘the very thing he said yesterday’; ‘the very man I want to see’;

Veryadjective

used to give emphasis to the relevance of the thing modified;

‘his very name struck terror’; ‘caught in the very act’;

Veryadjective

used to give emphasis;

‘the very essence of artistic expression is invention’; ‘the very back of the room’;

Veryadverb

used as intensifiers; `real' is sometimes used informally for `really'; `rattling' is informal;

‘she was very gifted’; ‘he played very well’; ‘a really enjoyable evening’; ‘I'm real sorry about it’; ‘a rattling good yarn’;

Veryadverb

precisely so;

‘on the very next page’; ‘he expected the very opposite’;

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