It was veritably a park of the Gods, and enclosing it was the monstrous, corrugated palisade of the Rockies.
The things were not only close: they were veritably upon us!
To the untechnical reader that must seem a deadly, a veritably mind-sapping task.
Yes, it is even so: this is no vain phrase; it is veritably so.
He will veritably, if he get orders, draw out a long sword and kill me.
His house was veritably his castle, where he had fortified himself.
The Naval Brigade was now busy furbishing itself up, and veritably began to look as “fresh as paint.”
It is prior to our intellect, independent of it, veritably the generator of Things.
Had I not reminded Letitia of her agreement, I veritably believe that she would have forgotten it.
This involuntary injustice to him was, she saw again, veritably crazed.