Another word for real
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These adjectives mean not being imaginary but having verifiable existence. Real implies authenticity, genuineness, or factuality: Don't lose the bracelet; it's made of real gold. She showed real sympathy for my predicament. Actual means existing and not merely potential or possible: “rocks, trees … the actual world” (Henry David Thoreau). True implies consistency with fact, reality, or actuality: “It is undesirable to believe a proposition when there is no ground whatever for supposing it true” (Bertrand Russell). Existent applies to what has life or being: Much of the beluga caviar existent in the world is found near the Caspian Sea.See Also Synonyms at authentic.
Another word for realadjective
Having verifiable existence:concrete, objective, substantial, substantive, tangible. See real
In agreement or correspondence with fact:actual, true. See real
Not counterfeit or copied:actual, authentic, bona fide, genuine, good, indubitable, original, true, undoubted, unquestionable. See true
Devoid of any hypocrisy or pretense:genuine, heartfelt, hearty, honest, natural, sincere, true, unaffected, unfeigned, unmannered. See true