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abstract formed in the mind or in thought, with little connection to what actually exists or is proven. [1/3 definitions]
accessory a person who helps another person break the law but does not actually commit the crime. [1/2 definitions]
for real (informal) real or really; actual or actually.
glorify to cause to appear better or more important than is actually the case. [1/2 definitions]
historically concerning what actually existed and occurred in past times.
in person being actually present, rather than on the phone or radio, in pictures, or in the movies.
in reality in fact; actually.
quite actually; really. [1/3 definitions]
real1 not imagined; actually existing; true. [1/2 definitions]
really in fact; actually. [1/3 definitions]
tectonic plate one of the plate-like segments of the Earth's crust and upper mantle. The plates form the outer shell of the planet, and they are actually moving very slowly. Where the plates come into contact with each other, their movement can cause or play a part in the eruption of volcanoes, the building of mountains, and the occurrence of earthquakes.
virtual not actually being true or real, but seeming to be, or having the same result as if true or real.
vision something present in or felt by the imagination but not actually present or true. [1/3 definitions]
will1 used to make a confident statement or prediction about something, even though the facts are not actually known. [1/6 definitions]