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Imaginary synonyms

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Imaginary; imagined
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  1. Imaginary; imagined
Producing, based on, or having the nature of, illusion; deceptive; unreal
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  1. Producing, based on, or having the nature of, illusion; deceptive; unreal
  2. Resulting from an illusion; deceptive, imaginary, unreal
  3. Produced by, based on, or having the nature of an illusion; deceptive:
Created in the fancy; imaginary; not real
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  1. Created in the fancy; imaginary; not real
  2. Showing fancy in construction or design; quaint; odd
  3. Imaginative or fantastic; unreal or imagined
(Slang) So remarkable as to elicit disbelief; fantastic.
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  1. (Slang) So remarkable as to elicit disbelief; fantastic.
  2. Not real, actual, or genuine; imaginary, fanciful, insubstantial, false, etc.
  3. (Slang) larger or more fantastic than typical of real life.
Of, having the nature of, or seen in a vision
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  1. Of, having the nature of, or seen in a vision
  2. Seeing or disposed to see visions
  3. Tending to envision things in perfect but unrealistic form; idealistic.
(Of character) Dark, obscure.
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  1. (Of character) Dark, obscure.
  2. Little known or understood; obscure or mysterious:
  3. That is or is like a shadow
Highly improbable or illusory:
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  1. Highly improbable or illusory:
  2. Absurd; impossible
  3. Imaginary; fantastic; unreal
Resembling a dream; ethereal or vague.
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  1. Resembling a dream; ethereal or vague.
  2. Like something in a dream; not sharply defined; misty, vague, etc.
  3. (Slang) Excellent, wonderful, delightful, etc.
Like something from a dream; having a sense of vagueness, insubstantiality, or incongruousness.
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  1. Like something from a dream; having a sense of vagueness, insubstantiality, or incongruousness.
(Philosophy) conditional; contingent upon some hypothesis/antecedent
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  1. (Philosophy) conditional; contingent upon some hypothesis/antecedent
  2. Given to the use of hypotheses
  3. Based on, involving, or having the nature of a hypothesis; assumed; supposed
Tending to theorize; speculative
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  1. Tending to theorize; speculative
  2. Limited to or based on theory; not practical or applied; hypothetical
  3. Studying or working to develop theory.
Tending to delude; misleading
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  1. Tending to delude; misleading
  2. Having the nature of a delusion; false:
  3. Of or like a delusion; unreal
Deceiving or tending to deceive:
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  1. Deceiving or tending to deceive:
  2. Deceiving or intended to deceive
  3. Misleading, likely or attempting to deceive
Of or characterized by hallucination.
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  1. Of or characterized by hallucination.
  2. Producing hallucination
  3. Partaking of, or tending to produce, hallucination
Lacking practicality or the possibility of realization:
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  1. Lacking practicality or the possibility of realization:
  2. Conforming to a standard of perfection or excellence; perfect or highly satisfactory:
  3. Thought of as perfect or as a perfect model; exactly as one would wish; of a perfect kind
(Finance) Used to indicate an estimate or a reference amount
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  1. (Finance) Used to indicate an estimate or a reference amount
  2. Having visionary ideas; given to whims; fanciful
  3. (Linguistics) Understood in terms of semantic content rather than grammatical structure. The word did is notional in We did the work and relational in We did not agree.
Full of or characterized by whimsy; quaintly, playfully, or gently humorous
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  1. Full of or characterized by whimsy; quaintly, playfully, or gently humorous
  2. Given to whimsy; capricious; odd; peculiar; playful; light-hearted or amusing.
  3. Subject to sudden change; unpredictable
Of or like a fable; imaginary, fictitious, or legendary
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  1. Of or like a fable; imaginary, fictitious, or legendary
  2. Barely credible; astonishing:
  3. Extremely pleasing or successful:
Lacking material substance; insubstantial.
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  1. Lacking material substance; insubstantial.
  2. (Archaic) Alternative form of insubstantial.
  3. Lacking basis in fact.
Erroneous; fictitious:
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  1. Erroneous; fictitious:
  2. Not genuine; spurious; counterfeit
  3. Of or like the Apocrypha
Exceedingly great in size or degree; extravagant:
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  1. Exceedingly great in size or degree; extravagant:
  2. Strange or fanciful in form, conception, or appearance:
  3. Wonderful; marvelous; excellent; extraordinarily good or great (used especially as an intensifier).
  1. Legendary
  2. Of, relating to, or recorded in myths or mythology.
  3. (Colloquial) imaginary, fabulous
Remarkable; extraordinary
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  1. Remarkable; extraordinary
  2. Well-known; famous
  3. Extremely well known; famous or renowned:
Concocted or fabricated, especially in order to deceive or mislead; make up:
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  1. Concocted or fabricated, especially in order to deceive or mislead; make up:
  2. Of or like fiction; imaginary
  3. Of or relating to the characters, settings, or plots that are created for a work of fiction:
Pretended; feigned; sham
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  1. Pretended; feigned; sham
  2. Imaginary; conjured in someone's imagination, especially when imagined by a child
Created by, indicative of, or characterized by imagination or creativity.
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  1. Created by, indicative of, or characterized by imagination or creativity.
  2. Having a lively imagination, especially a creative imagination.
  3. Having, using, or showing imagination; having great creative powers
  1. Imaginary, fanciful.
  2. Relating to a monoclonal antibody produced from the cells of an organism, usually a mouse, in which the constant region has been replaced with a human sequence of amino acids. This is done in the laboratory by replacing part of the DNA sequence in the nonhuman cells of an organism with a sequence of human DNA.
  3. Like a chimera.
Absurd; impossible
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  1. Absurd; impossible
  2. Indulging in unrealistic fancies; visionary
  3. Imaginary; fantastic; unreal
Of or relating to conceptualism.
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  1. Of or relating to conceptualism.
  2. Of or relating to concepts or mental conception:
  3. Of or having to do with a concept or concepts
Full of fancy; indulging in fancies; imaginative in a playful way; whimsical
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  1. Full of fancy; indulging in fancies; imaginative in a playful way; whimsical
  2. Showing fancy in construction or design; quaint; odd
  3. Imaginative or fantastic; unreal or imagined
Based on or existing only in fantasy; unreal:
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  1. Based on or existing only in fantasy; unreal:
  2. Exceedingly great in size or degree; extravagant:
  3. Wonderful; marvelous; excellent; extraordinarily good or great (used especially as an intensifier).
(Gram.) Having full lexical, as distinguished from relational, meaning
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  1. (Gram.) Having full lexical, as distinguished from relational, meaning
  2. Having visionary ideas; given to whims; fanciful
  3. (Linguistics) Understood in terms of semantic content rather than grammatical structure. The word did is notional in We did the work and relational in We did not agree.
Not real, actual, or genuine; imaginary, fanciful, insubstantial, false, etc.
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  1. Not real, actual, or genuine; imaginary, fanciful, insubstantial, false, etc.
  2. (Slang) larger or more fantastic than typical of real life.
  3. (Slang) So remarkable as to elicit disbelief; fantastic.
  1. Idealistic or utopian
  2. Characterized by impractical ideas or schemes
  3. Tending to envision things in perfect but unrealistic form; idealistic.
Find another word for imaginary. In this page you can discover 44 synonyms, antonyms, idiomatic expressions, and related words for imaginary, like: fancied, illusory, fanciful, unreal, invented, visionary, shadowy, chimerical, dreamy, dreamlike and hypothetical.