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Real

Pronunciation of Real
/ɹˈi͡əl/, /ɹˈi‍əl/, /ɹ_ˈiə_l/

Synonyms for real:

Sense 5

entity, faithful, fallacious, invention, vision, fabulous, bubble, being, unaffected.

Sense 6

creation, rigorous.

Sense 7

right.

Sense 8

event.

Sense 14

character.

Sense 17

hard.

actual

de facto.

authentic

sterling.

definite

positive.

embodied

incarnate.

found

discovered.

genuine

good, valid.

in truth

indeed, fairly, verily, truthfully, positively.

palpable

tactile.

undiluted

concentrated.

all (adjective)

existent.

existent (adjective)

Subsistent, extant, Subsisting, ontological, existing, present, existent, essential.

genuine in existence (adjective)

authentic, concrete, legitimate, firm, live, de facto, physical, present, factual, undoubted, unfeigned, honest, corporeal, positive, bona fide, sincere, true, solid, material, substantial, valid, right, actual, incarnate, heartfelt, certain, unaffected, veritable, bodily, palpable, substantive, original, tangible, indubitable, existent, essential, existing.

occurring (adjective)

Occurring, situational.

positive (adjective)

positive.

pure (adjective)

unmingled.

real (adjective)

concrete, tangible, solid, factual, veritable, substantial, sincere, genuine, authentic, true, honest, actual.

reliable (adjective)

official.

substantial (adjective)

immanent, important, substantive, appreciable, physical, material, nonspiritual, sturdy, united, meaningful, substantial, firm, palpable, solid, actual, bodily, considerable, tangible, significant.

true (adjective)

Simon-pure.

highly (adverb)

extremely.

extremely (adverb)

incredibly, supremely, enormously.

highly (adverb)

supremely, surpassingly, hugely.

in reality (adverb)

de facto.

Sense 1 (noun)

especially, pure.

Sense 3 (noun)

extremely, uncommonly, exceedingly.

Sense 6 (noun)

good, bona fide, unquestionable, undoubted, indubitable.

Sense 7 (noun)

unaffected, unmannered, heartfelt.

bona fide (noun)

valid.

quantity (noun)

real number.

real (noun)

factual, genuine, really, actual, proper, historical, substantial, real number, serious, literal, veridical, existent, material, true, tangible, concrete, echt, very, rattling.

Usage examples for real:

  • She meant to be real nice and kind. - "Country Neighbors", Alice Brown.
  • " I do wonder what the real truth can be," he continued. - "Castle Richmond", Anthony Trollope.
  • But it is real. - "Natural Law in the Spiritual World", Henry Drummond.

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