verisimilitudinous love



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  • adj. appearing to be verisimilar; exhibiting verisimilitude, in either a neutral or a dubious sense.


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  • Now I must go envision a way to dress up as "verisimilitudinous."

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  • I think the best part is the verisimilitudinous asymmetry.

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  • I am drawn to both agree and disagree with this objection in general -- agree, because I, too, have had the experience of reading books where the attempt to capture a child's impressions and ideas seemed strained and even embarrassing; disagree, because most successful fiction creates a voice that is entirely artificial, and yet, through its artifice, persuades us -- misdirects us -- to swear it's real and convincing and verily verisimilitudinous.

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  • How am I going to get those verisimilitudinous qualities…which is very difficult to say and to get.

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  • Third, I believe that the models I shall present are not only possible and beyond philosophical challenge but also true, or at least verisimilitudinous, close to the truth.

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  • We think that the purpose or function of our belief-producing faculties is to furnish us with true (or verisimilitudinous) belief.

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  • The rest of what you write is simply an incoherent diatribe that shows you have no interest, understanding or capability to respond to verisimilitudinous evidence.

  • Repeatedly, cartoon figures are superimposed on verisimilitudinous backgrounds, not so much blurring the boundary between the real and the imagined as disconcertingly demonstrating their ability to co-exist.


  • Johnny asserts that there was little in terms of audio footage of John Dillinger to allow him to craft a portrayal of the robber with verisimilitudinous accuracy.

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