literal

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Adjective[change]

Positive
literal

Comparative
more literal

Superlative
most literal

  1. The literal meaning of a word or phrase is the plain meaning: exactly what it says.
    It is not enough to understand the literal meaning of speech.
    Many Christians have a view of life that is based on a literal interpretation of the Bible.
    This mission has been the adventure of a lifetime in a very literal sense; it has taken my whole life.

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