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actual truly existing, or being something that is real or true.
alias a false name used to hide one's real name. [1/2 definitions]
animated cartoon a motion picture made by photographing a series of drawings showing stages of movement. The motion seems real when the drawings are shown quickly one after another.
authentic real, genuine, or true.
axis a real or imaginary line through the center of an object, around which the object turns. [1/2 definitions]
buddy a name used when the real name of a male is not known. [1/2 definitions]
case1 the real facts; what is true or actual. [1/5 definitions]
chandelier a single light fixture that hangs from the ceiling and holds several lights. A chandelier is often used for decoration as well as for lighting a room. Some chandeliers are very large and found only in very formal rooms. Originally, chandeliers held real candles.
Christmas tree a real or fake evergreen tree, usually placed indoors and decorated with lights and ornaments at Christmas.
concrete able to be seen and touched; real. [1/3 definitions]
counterfeit made to look like something real in order to cheat people. [2/3 definitions]
delusion the act of causing someone to believe in something false or not real, or the belief in something false or not real. [1/2 definitions]
documentary a film that explores real facts and events and often includes photographs or short videos of the events as they happened. [1/2 definitions]
embody to put in a form that can be seen; make real.
exist to be real; have being. [1/3 definitions]
existence the condition of being alive or real. [1/3 definitions]
fact something that is real or that happened or is happening. [1/2 definitions]
fake anything that is not real or genuine. [2/5 definitions]
false not real; fake or artificial. [1/3 definitions]
fancy something pictured in the mind or wished for that may not be based on reason or real life. [1/7 definitions]
feint a false movement that is meant to trick an opponent by taking attention away from the real target. [2 definitions]