The Definition Of Literally

The definition of literal is as follows according to the Webster’s dictionary:

lit-er-ally   /ˈlidərəlly,ˈlitrəlly/
adjective

1. Taking words in their most basic sense without metaphor or allegory.
2. Representing the exact words of the original text.

Lets use the word “literally” in some sentences.

  • Donald Trump “literally” admitted on videotape to assaulting women.
  • Donald Trump “literally” confessed to obstruction of justice in an interview with Lester Holt. Trump said, “I fired Comey over that Russian thing”.
  • Donald Trump “literally” threw the US intelligence Agencies under the proverbial bus when he met with Putin in Helsinki.
  • Donald Trump “literally” took the side of white racists by saying there were some “fine people” at the Charlottesville protest where one of the white supremacists murdered a person and “literally” beat others.
  • Donald Trump will “literally” be known as the worst President in the history of our Nation.
  • Donald Trump “literally” and illegally paid off 2 women with hush money and was named as an unindicted co-conspirator which was approved and adopted by a Federal Judge.
  • If you support Trumps racist, bigoted and misogynistic policies and views, you “literally” have sold your soul to the devil…because religion and morality is not part of his life, and neither is honor, honesty or patriotism.

So the next time you hear someone use the word “literal” or “literally” you’ll be able to use it in a sentence. And you thought there was nothing you could learn from someone as flawed and corrupt as Donald Trump.

 

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