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People often confuse this word with figuratively.
-Dude, you figuratively died of embarassment, you illiterate dipshit.
by Built2Spill November 17, 2004
A word my girlfriend and her friends use to pronunciate everything....literally
Literally, you need to stop saying that word....Literally you have said that word one thousand times today. I am so sick of that word, literally!!.....
by zupdave June 23, 2006
Literally means actually or without exaggeration.

Saying literally, you are describing something exactly how it happened, you are being literal.
1. The mo ate the tuna and literally broke out into hives, seriously, my friend.
2. I literally pissed my pants laughing at that awesome joke.
by SpicyCrawTaters June 08, 2014
In a literal manner or sense; exactly.
I literally just restrung this ukelele. Not metaphorically, not figuratively, but literally just restrung the thing!
by Audrey_Hepburn August 26, 2014
unless you add the word 'literally' people wont get the full meaning of your sentance.
Holy cow! That broccoli soup tastes like crap, but not literally of course.
by Orange Hat June 28, 2005
unless you say 'literally' people generally won't get what you are saying.
Dang! That tastes like crap, but not literally of course.
by Orange Hat June 28, 2005
used to emphasize the seemingly unbelievable.
"the service at koi was horrible. it was like literally being in mcdonalds"
by jewda March 20, 2006
Means to exaggerate. Anyone who says it's "a much misused adverb, often for emphasis" is literally a piece of faecal matter so big it encompasses the whole observable universe, literally.
She was so repulsively ugly that I literally shat my own eyeballs, stitched them to my nipples and proceeded to lactate blood through my pupils.
by TheGravyOne August 11, 2008