truthfully, it had as great an impact on me as Citizen Kane or On the Waterfront.
These are, truthfully, important topics for legitimate, critical press and congressional scrutiny.
She said...OK it was, respectfully--but truthfully--completely unintelligible.
truthfully, we were doing the same numbers as a lot of those political-natured shows that are still around.
That's quite a challenge considering that I can't think of anyone who could truthfully say that nobody has ever seen them angry.
Barbara could not truthfully say that her love had begun so early.
His tone misgave her; and she said truthfully that she was content not to know who owned the car.
"They hadn't arrived when I left the house," he said truthfully enough.
Too, I might truthfully be described as prejudiced about her perfections.
My person for his money—that was the bargain, crudely but truthfully expressed.