Real synonyms

rē'əl, rēl
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The definition of tangible is being touchable or real.
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That cannot be denied; indisputable
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Of the same origin as claimed; genuine.
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The definition of evident is obvious or easily understand.
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Reliable; accurate:
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Really being what it is said to be or coming from the alleged source or origin; not counterfeit or artificial; real; true; authentic
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Being without hypocrisy or pretense; true:
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Incarnate is defined as being in human form or the perfect example or embodiment of something.
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Capable of being perceived by the senses or the mind:
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(Of a model) Having the same dimensions as the original.
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Having physical existence
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In good faith. Acting, being, carried out, or made in good faith; authentic; genuine; sincere.
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Felt or believed deeply and sincerely.
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Marked by or displaying integrity; upright:
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Not feigned; genuine.
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(Not comparable) Newly created.
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Used to emphasise a noun or verb, whether something is real or metaphorical.
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Sound; not weakly.
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Not subject to change; fixed and definite:
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The definition of substantive is something that is substantial and based in fact.
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Of current interest or relevance:
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Strong; solid; firm; stout
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Occurring or present at the moment; current.
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(Dated) Ready; quick in emergency.
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Clear to the mind; obvious; evident; plain
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Of or containing facts.
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Secure or stable:
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(Now Rare) Personal
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Of, for, or having the nature of, the body; physical; bodily; not spiritual
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Physical as opposed to mental or spiritual:
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Having physical existence
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The definition of physical is things that are of nature or of the body.
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Having or showing good sense or sound judgment; intelligent; reasonable; wise
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Consistent or dependable:
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Existing, which exists.
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Having physical existence
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That cannot be refuted or disproved
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Of, relating to, governed by, or acquired through practice or action, rather than theory or speculation:
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(Slang) So remarkable as to elicit disbelief; fantastic.
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Lacking basis in fact.
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Of, relating to, or based on a hypothesis:
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The definition of very is something complete or something identical.
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Having physical existence
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Actually existing; sure to happen; inevitable.
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In fact or in practice; in actual use or existence, regardless of official or legal status. (Often opposed to de jure.)
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Limiting; determining.
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Obvious or apparent:
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Having physical existence
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Existing as an essential constituent or characteristic; intrinsic:
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Reasonable; logically correct
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Giving the actual denotation of the word
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The definition of material refers to a physical object, as opposed to something spiritual or mental, or something that is essential and relevant.
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Existing independent of or external to the mind; actual or real:
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(Med., Pharmacy) Contained in the current pharmacopeia; authorized for use in medicine
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Containing nothing inappropriate or extraneous:
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Designating or of art that represents in recognizable form objects in nature
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Without humor or expression of happiness; grave in manner or disposition; earnest; thoughtful; solemn.
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Related to the current topic, or presented within context, relevant.
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Seeming to be true or real; plausible; likely
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Being truly so called; real or genuine:
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Having developed sufficiently within the uterus to be able to live and continue normal development outside the uterus
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(Historical) a short early motion picture
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The fact of existence; being.
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The state of being actual or real.
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Something having the mere appearance of being true or real
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Something, such as a statement or principle, that is true, especially an enduring truth.
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To make into, or regarded as, a separate and distinct substance; to construct a contextually-subjective and complex abstraction, idea, or concept into a universal object without regard to nuance or change in character.
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To regard something abstract as if it were a concrete material thing
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Pretended; simulated; sham
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Concocted or fabricated, especially in order to deceive or mislead; make up:
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Appearing as such; being such in appearance; professed, supposed (rather than demonstrably true or real).
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Not genuine; fake:
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Lacking authenticity or validity in essence or origin; not genuine:
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Uttering falsehood; dishonest or deceitful.
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(Math.) Designating or of the square root of a negative quantity, or of a complex number that is not real
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The definition of an imitation is something that is made to look like something else.
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Artificial; not real; specif., made of synthetic fibers, to resemble animal fur
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Not faithful or loyal
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Not legally or factually valid; null:
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The definition of dishonest is a person who cheats or lies.
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(Especially when capitalized) Holy.
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Clearly true; providing no possibility of doubt.
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Not doubted, called in question, or disputed; certain
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With no exception or qualification; unexceptionable
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Pertaining to, or proceeding from, the heart; warm; cordial; bold; zealous; sincere; willing; also, energetic; active; eager.
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(Of sexual intercourse) Without a condom.
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Marked by lack of affectation; unpretentious or sincere.
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Having poor manners or social skills; ill-mannered; rude.
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Free of pretense, falsehood, or affectation:
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Corresponding with reality or facts
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used as intensifiers; `real' is sometimes used informally for `really'; `rattling' is informal
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used as intensifiers; `real' is sometimes used informally for `really'; `rattling' is informal
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A number that can be written as a terminating or nonterminating decimal; a rational or irrational number. The numbers 2, −12.5,3 /7 , and pi (π) are all real numbers.
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(Finance) Of, relating to, or being the rate of interest or return without adjustment for compounding or inflation.
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That exists, or has existence, especially that exists now.
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Innate, inherent, inseparable from the thing itself, essential.
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Synonym Study

  • Real , actual , and true are often used interchangeably to imply correspondence with fact, but in discriminating use, true implies conformity with a standard or model a true democrat or with what actually exists a true story, actual stresses existence or occurrence as opposed to what is possible, likely, or abstract actual and hypothetical examples, and real highlights a distinction between what something is and what a substitute, counterfeit, etc. seems or pretends to be real rubber, real courage
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