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
Who fucking knows anymore? First, it meant factual, and now it means fictional. What the fuck, internet... what the fuck?
wrong-->"Oh my god, Jessica, your post literally scared me to death" right--> "I literally wrote this post at 3:04 A.M."
by Deathmatch1127 April 14, 2015
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
1. A term used to describe something that happens exactly as it is said

2. A term used synonymously with "figuratively," even though they are antonyms.
1. I literally flew to work today. Because I work as an experimental biologist, and have wings.

2. I literally flew to work today. I was running late so I was going fast.
by Belbcras December 20, 2015
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