In a veritable manner; in a way that truly and accurately describes something.(adverb)
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Use "veritably" in a sentence
"That glorious free-market story arc would only veritably begin some seventy years later, when Bank of America introduced the first nationwide credit card to the Eisenhower era, unleashing the miracle of washing machine and refrigerator “ownership” via wallet-sized debt-incurring pieces of plastic."
"Dr. Ramachandran takes this even further: Mirror neurons, he claims, are the key to many modes of distinctively human communication and they are the reason we are "the one and only species that veritably lives and breathes culture.""
"Racing through the kitchen as if a trip to the dishwasher were a minor emergency, chopping garlic as if the global supply might dry up at any moment, they seem veritably propelled by their determination to demonstrate how hard they are working."