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actually as a matter of fact; really.
after all used to tell what really happened in the end even though there was a possibility of something else happening. [1/2 definitions]
a little sometimes, but not really often. [1/3 definitions]
believe in to be completely certain that something really exists or is true. [1/2 definitions]
bluff2 to lead other people to believe that the cards in one's hand are better or worse than they really are. Bluffing is a strategy used in the game of poker. [1/3 definitions]
for real (informal) real or really; actual or actually.
hypocrite a person who pretends to be different or better than he or she really is. Someone who does not act according to his or her stated beliefs is a hypocrite.
if I really wish that. [1/5 definitions]
in fact in reality; really; indeed.
literally in fact; really. [1/2 definitions]
mirage an illusion in which something is seen in the distance but is not really there. A mirage often occurs in the desert or on hot pavement, creating the illusion of water. A mirage is caused when light is reflected by air masses of different temperatures.
nowhere the state of really or apparently not existing. [1/5 definitions]
quite actually; really. [1/3 definitions]
realistic tending to see things as they really are; practical. [2 definitions]