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Very

Antonyms for very:

imprecise.

Synonyms for very:

Sense 1

exceedingly, overly, hell of a, acutely, hugely, keenly, especially, notably, extremely, so, uncommonly, Mega, dreadfully, unduly, mightily, Identic, eminently, considerably, specially, tons, madly, immensely.

Sense 2

awfully, far, mere, thrice, particularly, terribly, unusually, badly, doubly, soundly, devoutly, quite, desperately, pretty, materially, fully.

Sense 3

just, thoroughly, devilish, exceptionally, much, mighty.

Sense 4

extra, That, bloody, exact, seriously, heavily.

Sense 5

indeed.

Sense 6

V, This.

Sense 15

well.

Sense 16

way.

conspicuously

preeminently.

exceedingly

greatly, almighty.

extravagantly

excessively.

frightfully

terrifically.

fully

enough.

profoundly

deeply.

remarkably

extraordinarily.

to a great extent

dearly.

very much

like anythingorblazesorcrazy etc., fearfully.

identical (adjective)

one and the same, identical.

perfect (adjective)

perfect.

true (adjective)

sure-enough.

conspicuously (adverb)

preeminently.

deeply (adverb)

profoundly, intensely.

extremely (adverb)

immensely, notably, considerably, hell of a, seriously, greatly, particularly, terrifically, almighty, acutely, exceedingly, quite, materially, exceptionally, excessively, awfully, dearly, much, remarkably, highly, infinitely, pretty, indeed, uncommonly, unusually, so, sorely, extraordinarily, intensely, hugely.

infrequently (adverb)

uncommonly.

deeply (adverb)

profoundly, intensely.

exceptionally (adverb)

nice and, remarkably.

extremely (adverb)

infinitely, sorely, highly.

infinitely (adverb)

infinitely.

much, really; to a high degree (adverb)

acutely, deeply, eminently, terribly, dearly, exceedingly, notably, particularly, profoundly, considerably, pretty, truly, unusually, uncommonly, extraordinarily, highly, remarkably, excessively, extremely, greatly, awfully.

Sense 1 (noun)

thoroughly, well, deeply.

Sense 2 (noun)

selfsame, identical, same, Identic.

Sense 3 (noun)

precise, exact.

Sense 4 (noun)

mere.

Sense 5 (noun)

exceptionally, exceedingly, extremely, notably, dreadfully, highly, mighty, greatly, extra, eminently, awfully.

Usage examples for very:

  • " That's very kind of you. - "Swirling Waters", Max Rittenberg.
  • " It is very good of you," he said. - "The Man with a Shadow", George Manville Fenn.
  • He would like very much to see you. - "Washington Square", Henry James.

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