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Definitions

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  • adj. very realistic
  • adj. of, or relating to hyperrealism

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Examples

  • Logan looked like some kind of hyperrealistic sculpture of a sleeping man, not that he was asleep.

    Beyond World's End

  • A quick search for "hyperrealistic" shows at least 5 separate submissions.

    Original Signal - Transmitting Digg

  • Anyway this "hyperrealistic" picture of water seems a lot

    Original Signal - Transmitting Buzz

  • The level of research is obsessively thorough, and the final treatment of the rooms is hyperrealistic in a way that really challenges our ideas of stage naturalism.

    The artists' artist: set designers

  • Respect in the form of life-size playing board winding down Lombard Street and one hyperrealistic cake.

    San Francisco Plays Candyland

  • Its also a hyperrealistic modern day look into what these characters would look like if they existed today RIGHT NOW ..

    DC Launches Earth One; Reaction Not as Positive as Hoped » Comics Worth Reading

  • Gasper Tringale Mr. Eugenides's "The Marriage Plot," his most hyperrealistic and autobiographical book yet, has a complicated history.

    Nine Years After 'Middlesex'

  • Mr. Bouguereau worked in an overarching, nearly hyperrealistic manner after Raphael, and his illustrative paintings of coy, angelic, soft-focus nudes, women and children, posed melodramatically in ethereal settings, entice with manicured detail.

    The Shape of Things

  • The resulting movements are hyperrealistic: Lithe fighters leap, cartwheel, and spin-kick one another, severing heads and limbs, notching points for each hit.

    Nabi Studios « Isegoria

  • I question the use of “hyperrealistic” to describe “severing heads and limbs” in unarmed combat — but the movements are, or can be, hyperrealistic.

    Nabi Studios « Isegoria

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