Definition of veritably in English:

veritably

adverb

  • See veritable

    • ‘Sage veritably whispers these opening lines, suggesting pain and danger.’
    • ‘He is today, veritably, a one-man-Open University on Mahatma Gandhi.’
    • ‘The final time I veritably growled and he went yelping quicksmart downstairs with his tail between his legs.’
    • ‘Dawson's theater seems like a veritably contemporary form of system critique.’
    • ‘She lowered her eyes flirtatiously, batted her lashes and veritably glowed with his praise.’

Pronunciation

veritably

/ˈvɛrɪtəbli/