• be literally penniless
  • 文字どおり無一文である
  • He literally and actually foamed.
  • 彼はほんとうに口からあわを飛ばして怒った
  • take what he says literally
  • 彼の言葉を額面どおりに受け取る
  • translate literally
  • 逐語訳[直訳]する
  • Because parts of the set had to literally collapse during the planet's destruction, the set was built 16 feet (4.9 m) off the ground and featured trapdoors and pyrotechnics in the floor.
  • Wikipedia: Star Trek III: The Search for Spock
  • Blade Runner has numerous deep similarities to Fritz Lang's Metropolis, including a built-up urban environment, in which the wealthy literally live above the workers, dominated by a huge building—the Stadtkrone Tower in Metropolis and the Tyrell Building in Blade Runner.
  • Wikipedia: Blade Runner
  • Double features were now literally history—almost impossible to find except at revival houses.
  • Wikipedia: B movie
  • However, Liszt's view of the symphonic poem tended to be evocative, using music to create a general mood or atmosphere rather than to illustrate a narrative or describe something literally.
  • Wikipedia: Symphonic poems (Liszt)
  • Kitsunetsuki (狐憑き or 狐付き; also written kitsune-tsuki) literally means the state of being possessed by a fox.
  • Wikipedia: Kitsune
  • Logan, literally locked out Blaine supporters from the Illinois state convention, and replaced them with personally chosen Grant supporters.
  • Wikipedia: 1880 Republican National Convention
  • Medvedev, known as Baby Matthew, was literally recruited off the street when an assistant director spotted him with his parents on the MTR.
  • Wikipedia: Rob-B-Hood
  • Others take the German Rheintöchter literally and say that they are the daughters of the Rhine River.
  • Wikipedia: Rhinemaidens
  • Prosperity theology advocates also argue that biblical promises of blessings awaiting the poor have been unnecessarily spiritualized, and should be understood literally.
  • Wikipedia: Prosperity theology
  • Rakhumai (or Rakhamai) literally means 'mother Rukmini'.
  • Wikipedia: Vithoba
  • She worked with engineers to develop an exterior lighting system for the entire White House, literally making it glow a soft white.
  • Wikipedia: Pat Nixon
  • Small armies of fossil hunters in mule-drawn wagons or on trains were soon sending literally tons of fossils back east.
  • Wikipedia: Bone Wars
  • Some city wards were literally filled with open public playing fields or the backyards of lavish mansions for playing horse polo and cuju football.
  • Wikipedia: Tang Dynasty
  • Some conservative Roman Catholic writers and influential Jesuits opposed evolution in the late 19th and early 20th century, but other Catholic writers, starting with Mivart, pointed out that early Church Fathers had not interpreted Genesis literally in this area.
  • Wikipedia: On the Origin of Species
  • Some of Bahá'u'lláh's most important writings include the Kitáb-i-Aqdas, literally the Most Holy Book, which is his book of laws, the Kitáb-i-Íqán, literally the Book of Certitude, which became the foundation of much of Bahá'í belief, the Gems of Divine Mysteries, which includes further doctrinal foundations, and the Seven Valleys and the Four Valleys which are mystical treatises.
  • Wikipedia: Bahá'í Faith
  • Starting around 16 Ma in Miocene time and continuing into the present, a large part of the North American Plate in the region has been under extension by literally being pulled apart.
  • Wikipedia: Geology of the Death Valley area
  • The city was further shaken by the Mardi Gras Riots in 2001, and was literally shaken the following day by the Nisqually Earthquake.
  • Wikipedia: Seattle
  • The Duke of Chandos, while staying at a small country inn, saw the ostler beating his wife in a most cruel manner; he interfered and literally bought her for half a crown.
  • Wikipedia: Wife selling (English custom)
  • The game's direct sequel on the PlayStation 2, We Love Katamari (みんな大好き塊魂, Minna Daisuki Katamari Damashii?, literally Everyone Loves Katamari Damacy), was released internationally in 2005 and 2006.
  • Wikipedia: Katamari Damacy
  • The inmates spend two days and nights in Gleiwitz locked inside cramped barracks without food, water, or heat, literally sleeping on top of one another, so that each morning the living wake with the dead underneath them.
  • Wikipedia: Night (book)
  • The name Belarus corresponds literally with the term White Rus'.
  • Wikipedia: Belarus
  • The name Oklahoma comes from the Choctaw phrase okla humma, literally meaning red people.
  • Wikipedia: Oklahoma
  • Thus, he reads each verse primarily allegorically rather than literally (Jack, George, in Matthew and Harrison 2004, pp. 936–37).
  • Wikipedia: Ormulum