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  • adjective comparative form of real: more real

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Examples

  • DL: The way I see it, only real men cry, and even 'realer' men tell other men that they cry.

    Steven Shehori: The Off-Topic Interview: Damon Lindelof

  • DL: The way I see it, only real men cry, and even 'realer' men tell other men that they cry.

    Steven Shehori: The Off-Topic Interview: Damon Lindelof

  • But as women have noted: seeing a woman accomplish something makes it "realer" to a little girl than watching a man do it.

    Archive 2009-07-01

  • But as women have noted: seeing a woman accomplish something makes it "realer" to a little girl than watching a man do it.

    Giving Hope to Criminals

  • Often, people shift behaviors just by getting "realer" with themselves: a smoker quits because his doctor convinces him he will die if he doesn't, AND his children plead with him to be there to dance at their weddings.

    Can We Change? And "Resident Evil 5"

  • Want to feel "realer" than the guy in the designer loft next door?

    Authentic Americana

  • Part two was even better, perhaps even "realer," though no less kissy:

    NBC Washington - Top Stories

  • The "what's-it-like-to-almost-die" coverage didn't fly with the TV crew - not enough panic; no missed wedding days huffed the producer - but passengers loved the electronic documentation of their ordeal because it made the moment "realer," says Greene.

    NewsBlaze.com Current News - Top Stories

  • The "what's-it-like-to-almost-die" coverage didn't fly with the TV crew - not enough panic; no missed wedding days huffed the producer - but passengers loved the electronic documentation of their ordeal because it made the moment "realer," says Greene.

    NewsBlaze.com Current News - Top Stories

  • The "what's-it-like-to-almost-die" coverage didn't fly with the TV crew -- not enough panic; no missed wedding days huffed the producer -- but passengers loved the electronic documentation of their ordeal because it made the moment "realer," says Greene.

    OpEdNews

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