truly

[troo-lee]
adverb
1.
in accordance with fact or truth; truthfully.
2.
exactly; accurately; correctly.
3.
rightly; properly; duly.
4.
legitimately; by right.
5.
really; genuinely; authentically.
6.
indeed; verily.
7.
sincerely: yours truly.
8.
Archaic. faithfully; loyally.

Origin:
before 1000; Middle English treuli, Old English trēowlīce. See true, -ly

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truly (ˈtruːlɪ)
 
adv
1.  in a true, just, or faithful manner
2.  (intensifier): a truly great man
3.  indeed; really

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truly
O.E. treowlice, from treow (see true).
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Example sentences
The timber-frame arbor shown at left covers an outlying patio on the same
  property, and it is truly spectacular in the daylight.
The faculty is truly convivial and the teaching load allows time for research
  and writing.
It gives them more credibility while providing them with an important window on
  what is truly relevant.
Only if he does that, you will truly have options to choose from.
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