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really and truly

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishreally and trulyreally and truly (also really, truly American English)EMPHASIZE used to emphasize a statement or opinion He was really and truly a brilliant comedian. really
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really and trulyWho really and truly and honestly gives a shit?A trade that really and truly helped both teams.She was really and truly home.That she'd been really and truly in love and couldn't go on.What he would really and truly like was to do this new degree course for Bachelor of Civil Law.I really truly love you.
really and trulyreally and trulyBritish English spokenIN FACT used to emphasize that something is definitely or completely true I couldn’t believe we were really and truly going at last. truly
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really and trulyWho really and truly and honestly gives a shit?A trade that really and truly helped both teams.She was really and truly home.That she'd been really and truly in love and couldn't go on.What he would really and truly like was to do this new degree course for Bachelor of Civil Law.
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