With the verbatim tool on, we’ll use the literal words you entered without making normal improvements such as
making automatic spelling corrections personalizing your search by using information such as sites you’ve visited before including synonyms of your search terms (matching “car” when you search [automotive])
finding results that match similar terms to those in your query (finding results related to “floral delivery” when you search [flower shops]) searching for words with the same stem like “running” when you’ve typed [run] making some of your terms optional, like “circa” in [the scarecrow circa 1963]
You can access the verbatim search tool under “More search tools” on the left-hand side. —Search using your terms, verbatim – Inside Search.
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