Of course and Truly

Of course

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Of course adverb – As might be expected.
Truly and of course are semantically related. In some cases you can use "Truly" instead an adverb phrase "Of course".
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Truly adverb – Not merely this but also.
Of course and truly are semantically related. Sometimes you can use "Of course" instead an adverb "Truly".
Nearby Word: truism
Synonyms for Truly

Both terms in one sentence

  • Nun Too Holy Of course, she truly believes she's doing the right thing for the whole film, so she's more of a Well-Intentioned Extremist than anything.
    Source: Nun Too Holy
  • Literature / The Day of the Triffids Soon enough, of course, he comes to realize what a truly lucky break it actually was.
  • Literature / The Odyssey To top it off, when Odysseus finally reveals his identity, she uses a masterful Bluff the Impostor to make sure he truly is who he claims to be (which, of course, he is).
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