Definition of very :
1. Alt. of night signals
2. In a high degree; to no small extent; exceedingly; excessively; extremely; as, a very great mountain; a very bright sum; a very cold day; the river flows very rapidly; he was very much hurt.
3. True; real; actual; veritable.
identical, big, mere, selfsame, actually, specific, precise, same, really, real, extremely, eminently, awful, most, in truth, truly, exact, identic, dreadfully, mighty, extra, rattling, genuinely, include
extremely (part of speech: adverb)
hugely, largely, conspicuously, powerfully, indeed, substantially, just so, exceedingly, immoderately, vastly, prodigiously, uncommonly, in a great measure, good and, immensely, helluva, certainly, indispensably, notably, particularly, highly, precious, to a great extent, in the extreme, right smart, tremendously, pretty, extensively, hell of a, to a fault, much, beyond compare, almighty, astonishingly, wonderfully, dearly, greatly, exceptionally, urgently, no end, to no small extent, on a large scale, decidedly, seriously, infinitely, markedly, noticeably, amply, unusually, extraordinarily, powerful, almightily, ever so, rather, so, somewhat, severely, intensely, a bit of, simply, surprisingly, imperatively, without restraint, to a great degree, in a marked degree, superlatively, considerably, pressingly, remarkably, positively, materially, sizably, beyond measure, very much, right, quite, excessively, enormously, acutely, awfully, by far, more or less, in part, emphatically, incredibly, exaggeratedly