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actuality
state of being actual, or real
applicable
readily unsable; practical
authenticity
the quality or condition of being authentic, trustworthy, or genuine
bona fide
authentic and genuine
categorical
without exception
defensible
justifiable for accuracy
factual
of the nature of face; real
genuine
not conterfeit, but authentic; honest and real
invulnerable
impossible to damage or enter; not able to alter the reality
legitimacy
the quality of being legitimate-authentic
materiality
the sate of being material
pragmatic
dealing with facts, reality, and actual occurences
real McCoy
an authentic thitng or quality; something that is not an imitation or a substitute
tangible
possible to touch; possible to be treated as fact; real or concrete
tenable
capable of being maintained
truism
self-evident truth
unassailable
undeniable, actual, and authentic
valid
real, authentic, correct, sound adn well grounded
veracity
adherence to truth, reality, accuracy, and precision
veritable
being truly so-called
aberration
a defect or departure from the normal; deviation or imperfection
artificce
pretense, deception, or ruse
chimera
a fanciful mental illusion or fabrication
deceptive
tending to deceive, betray, or fool
ephemeral
not real or authentic for any length of time
erroneoous
mistaken and untrue
evaescent
vanishing or likly to vanish; without much substance
fallacy
a false notion
fantasy
a creation of the imagination; an imagined event; a dream
fleeting
passing quickly; ephemeral
hallucination
a false or mistaken idea
illusion
an erroneous perception of reality; a fantastical plan
imaginative
having a lively, creative mind
imaginary
not real, from the imagination
imprecise
not precise; not exact or sure
inaccurate
mistaken or incorrect; not accurate
mirage
something that is illusory or insubstantial
phantasm
something apparently seen but without any true physical presence; an illusion of the brain; a ghost or spirit
semblance
outward appearance
short lived
living or lasting only a short while
transient
passing in time; remaining or existing only breifly
whimsy
a whim or an odd or fanciful idea
contingent
liable to occur but not with certainty
episodic
relating to or happening in episodes
incidental
apt to occur in a minor or unpredictable manner
intermittent
stopping and starting at intervals
interrupt
to break the rhythm or continuity; to stop the momentum or continuum
oscillate
to move back and forth; to waver or doubt a decision
periodic
characterized by a repeating cycle or repetition of intervals; appearing or occuring from time to time
recurrent
occuring repeatedly
spasmodic
having the characteristic of a spasm or convulsion
sporadic
occuring at different intervals, with no set pattern
transitory
short lived, temporary, only passing, not permanent
vacillate
to move back and forth, espeically being unable to make up one's mind
chronic
of long duration or frequent recurrence; happening a great deal and/of often
coherent
marked by an orderly, logical, consistent relationship; not broken up by distraction or intervening time or infomation; consistent
habitual
naturally out of habit or routine;regular and common
incessant
continuing without interruption, sometimes to an excessive degree
indefatigable
incapable of becoming tired or ceasing; not stopping or giving up
insistent
firm in asserting a demand or an opinion; unyielding; repetitive
inveterate
long established; habitual
perpetual
continuing or lasting for an indefinitely long or unlimited period of time
persevering
to persist in or remain constant to a purpose, idea, or task;
persistent
not letting up; continuing even to the point of being bothersome
resistant
not giving up or giving in; fighting against the odds
unremitting
never slackening or getting any less or any easier; persistent
extraneous
having no vital importance
immaterial
of no importance; beside the point
impalpable
not able to be grasped, held, or understood
incidental
having little or no imoprtance or impact
inconsequential
lacking importance
insubstantial
negligible in size, importance, or stength
irrelevant
unrelated to the matter being considered
jot
a very small bit; an iota; something of little importance
modicum
a small, very modest, or token amount
subordinate
inferior in position to another
subsidiary
serving or augmenting another; of secondary importance
whit
the least bit; just an iota
abstruse
not clear; ambiguous or uncertain; something highbrow and totatally beyoung the norm
considerable
in a large or impressive amount or significance
estimable
capable of being estimated
intense
of extreme degree, characteristics, strength, or effort
momentous
significant and meaningful; sometimes even historically important
noteworthy
something worth noting or paying attention to; significant
poignant
important; moving; often emotionally significant
portend
to foresee and/or foretell; to have an inclination about the future
portentous
significant, usually in a threatening or aminous way; filled with havey misgiving.
profound
weighty; insightful; intense; full of meaning or significance
rarefied
belonging to a select or even lofty group; elevated in character; esoteric
significant
of considerable importance or weighty concern