Definitions

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  • adverb nonstandard Eye dialect spelling of actually.

Etymologies

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From a back-spelling of the mispronunciation of actually

Examples

  • I have seen the idea a few times actially and I am certian it will never happen.

    The Creature Alone

  • Till Mountain told me, I had no more notion than the ded that Madam E. had actially stopt your allowances; besides making you pay for ever so much — near upon 1000 pounds

    The Virginians

  • Works for everything, actially. fatigue, hangovers, food poisoning gunshot wounds, falling off buildings, platypus stings, Jaguar attacks, well you get the picture take care

    The Question for the Day « Whatever

  • I blush to say it (for humin prisumpshn never surely igseeded that of my wicked wickid vishn), one night I actially dremt that Her R.H. the Princess

    Burlesques

  • But he has yet to show that his guys, his very liberal guys, can actially win a general election.

    Think Progress » ThinkFast: August 19, 2006

  • In such a hurry you seem to have bean, that you have actially in some sentences forgot to put in the sence.

    The Memoirs of Mr. Charles J. Yellowplush

  • I blush to say it (for humin prisumpshn never surely igseeded that of my wicked wickid vishn), one night I actially dremt that Her R.H. the Princess

    The diary of C. Jeames De La Pluche, Esq., with his letters

  • NOTHINK, though she knew that she could actially get for it a large sum of money, she was above it, like an honest, noble, grateful, fashnabble woman, as she was.

    The Memoirs of Mr. Charles J. Yellowplush

  • But he has yet to show that his guys, his very liberal guys, can actially win a general election.

    Think Progress » ThinkFast: August 19, 2006

  • "But I actially hed ter take Eunice by the scalp o 'her head an' lug her off one day when she hung on thar fence a-stare-gazin 'Grinnell's baby like' twar fatten ter eat."

    The Riddle Of The Rocks 1895

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