Define Seriously Meaning

Seriously
Disbelief in sarcastic form.
(As commonly used on the show Grey's Anatomy)

Meredith: You didn't sign the divorce papers. Fine. I get it. End of discussion.
Derek: Oh... I usually just say "Meredith" and then you yell at me. I haven’t thought past that point. I actually didn’t have anything planned. Meredith hits him repeatedly with her purse
Derek: Listen! Hey stop it! Ow!
Meredith: Seriously? Seriously?!
By Josefa
Seriously
the ULTIMATE achievement of xbox 360 that consumes the mind, body, and soul and makes the user go completely insane while trying to obtain the beast.

Dude hes got seriously!
Wow he must be good!

Dude hes got seriously!
Wow he must have no life!

Dude hes got seriously!
Wow he should totally get laid!
By Zaria
Seriously
replaces random as most annoying word in the world. it does not mean you're serious, and does not effectively emphasize what you just said. instead, secures you a position at the bottom of the social ladder.

A: the teacher doesn't know what she's doing.
B: i know. i really hate math. seriously.
(pause)
A: ok bye.
By Veronica
Seriously Seriously
When you're full full serious.

"seriously seriously bro you're not gonna have it?
you're a fkn pussy"
By Beverly
For Seriously
Used to back up a statement that is strongly true.

Person A: Dude, the performance of Berlioz's "Symphonie Fantastique" was the best thing ever!!

Person B: For seriously!
By Fianna
Seriousness

When she spoke to the crowd, her tone was one of seriousness.

His face showed intensity and seriousness as he strove to define "seriousness."
By Di
Seriousing
asking a question, slang word for emotion thats serious

jason: "she broke up with me and she wasn't even kidding, she was seriousing"
alex: "dude are you seriousing me? you guys went out for 3 years!"
By Henriette
Seriously

"no, like, seriously we did!"
"don't go, seriously."
"seriously, you don't even know."
By Sib
But Seriously
This term is usually used after saying a non-intended humorous quote or phrase.

This term can also be used to put a serious twist on your joke, and frequently intensifies the situation.

It is also used to make a joke more humorous, this is called backing-up(usually used after your not-so-funny-joke)

#1:
Person 1: Yeh i got a vest the other day!
Group: HaHahahAhAh
Person 1: but seriously

#2:
Person 1: I've got a vest....jokes....but seriously
Group: HaHahahAhAh

#3:
Person 1: Vest are only for 'homos'
Group: *cough*
Person 1: but seriously!
Group: HaHahahAhAh
By Maybelle
For Seriously
Often used to show excitment with underlining uncertainty.

Person 1: I had a car crash, but no one was hurt
Person 2: For seriously?!!
By Sophia