Quite and Truly

Quite

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Quite adverb – To a full extent or degree.
Truly is a synonym for quite in part of speech topic. In some cases you can use "Truly" instead an adverb "Quite", when it comes to topics like indeed, completely.
Synonyms for Quite

Truly

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Truly adverb – Not merely this but also.
Quite is a synonym for truly (North American) in part of speech topic. You can use "Quite" instead an adverb "Truly", if it concerns topics such as indeed.
Nearby Word: truism
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  • Rouge Angles of Satin Something can be truly unique, really unique, nearly unique, nigh-unto unique, but it can never be very or quitenote In the American sense of "quite", meaning "very." To the British, "quite" means almost.
  • Literature / Kitty Norville It leads to quite the existential crisis when she has to wonder if this truly means All Myths Are True and what she believes is called into question.
  • Literature / Godspeaker Trilogy Ambition Is Evil: It's never quite clear whether one of Hekat's viler acts is truly motivated by her god speaking to her from within, or just her own ambition.
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