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really and truly

Definition of really and truly in English:

Used to emphasize the sincerity of a statement or opinion: I sometimes wonder whether you really and truly love me
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  • But ‘despite all that, it is still not a proper job and I continue to have the distinct feeling that, really and truly, I should have been at work.’
  • What seems to have been forgotten in all this recent discussion of the fairness of lodging house bylaws is that students, really and truly, are very different from average citizens.
  • I'll try, really and truly, to snap out of it quickly.
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