Term used to convey an emotion (particularily sincerity) and confirm a suspious behavior, act, sentence etc.
Person 1: How was cabo?
Person 2: I was in the Mexican jail.
Person 1: Really-really?

or

Person 1: I just bought a pound.
Person 2: Really-really!?
by MeghanClare March 31, 2007
"i really really really really really really really like you
and i want you and u want me and i want you too"
its a song go search it in google
i really really really really really really...
by Random-girl-who-cant-think November 30, 2020
When you are trying to describe something but can not find the right adjective.
Person #1: "Man, I am soooooo horny right now, I could fuck a cow!"
Person #2: Ew, dude that's just "really... really."
by Dmitri1988 March 29, 2008
Meaning; neither yes nor no at the same time; statement meaning in between, maybe or straddling the fence. Word used when trying to avoid a question.
You ask, "did you like the dinner?" Reply, "Not Really". Which means there was something you didn't like about it. Did you not like the greens or mash potatoes. It is either "Yes" or "No" This phrase should be used in conjunction with an explainatin following it.
by JoAnna Alicea January 14, 2008
A sarcastic way of saying, "you just stated the obvious."

Typically used in the presence of a stupid person.

Similar to no shit
Stupid person: the sun is out during the daytime.
Normal person: no... really?
by 01288 September 12, 2010
1. You going to the party tonight? For really.

2. "The baby's yours, for really."
"No it's not"
by hungates June 25, 2005