One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
1‘they suffered actual physical harm’
real, true, genuine, authentic, verified, attested, confirmed, definite, hard, plain, clear, clear-cut, undeniable, veritable
existing, existent, manifest, substantial, non-fictional, factual, unquestionable, indisputable
de facto, bona fide
informal real live, honest-to-goodness, your actual
‘the sale of shares, which had been criticized for not having been adequately publicized, was in actual fact over-subscribed’
really, in fact, in actuality, in point of fact, as a matter of fact, in reality, actually, in truth, if truth be told, to tell the truth
in sooth, verily
in the concrete
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