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in accordance with truth or fact or reality

in actual fact

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in fact (used as intensifiers or sentence modifiers)

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I'm getting really fond of the room in spite of the wall-paper.
You really must not allow yourself to become sunburnt.
or to speak in plain terms, do you really think that what you do deserves being called anything?
For the recognition of private property has really harmed Individualism, and obscured it, by confusing a man with what he possesses.
They were men of the age of Reason; they, who filled their gardens with these stone nymphs, had less hope than any men in all history of really meeting a nymph in the forest.
It was a long, low inn, consisting really of a cottage and two barns; thatched all over with the thatch that looks like brown and grey hair grown before history.
cried the Miller; 'I really don't know what is the use of sending you to school.
Therefore, if the shop existed and if this object were really in the window, it would prove that he had been able to concentrate his attention on this article at a moment when, as a general rule, his absence of mind would have been too great to admit of any such concentration; in fact, very shortly after he had left the railway station in such a state of agitation.
His eyes ran rapidly over the wide space, but he only saw that the hitherto motionless masses of the French now swayed and that there really was a battery to their left.
Paley behaved with instinctive respect, positively protested when Susan as usual knelt down to lace her shoes, and appeared really grateful for an hour of Susan's company where she had been used to exact two or three as her right.
In fact I lived over in my small way the epoch of the eighteenth century in which these curious frauds found polite acceptance all over Europe, and I think yet that they were really worthier of acceptance than most of the artificialities that then passed for poetry.
Ward, though avowedly "broad," is not really the broadest.
Really there were whole weeks when, except perhaps with a stocking in the evening, she was never above ground.
I regret having used this argument, but it was the only one that really damped her.
Really, Pris, the graveyards of today will never be as interesting as this.