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From Middle English verraily, from verray (“true, very") + -ly. More at very, -ly.
Middle English verraily from verrai true very
American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition
Verily this I know, with all my being.
And, verily, whosoever has this trust, for him there is no uncertainty."
Verily, the thing I fear most for you all is what Allah will allow you to acquire of the splendor of this world.
The uses of amen ("verily") in the Gospels form a peculiar class; they are initial, but often lack any backward reference.
If thou dost glory in thy God, and dost glory in thy God, and dost verily believe the promise that is made, command that these stones be bread.
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