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  • n. The quality of being virtual; virtuality.


from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License

virtual +‎ -ness


  • The thing about the Internet is that its appeal is its "virtualness" in part, a virtualness that makes the theory of "harm causing the development of law" tricky to wield.

    Question 3: Virtual Property

  • Another reasons that the "virtualness" of virtual worlds is so fascinating.

    Question 3: Virtual Property

  • Stepan Chapman's "The Troika," in which "virtualness" is so intrinsically tied to character that it becomes transcendent and moving. - News

  • Mom then runs into the room and throws her shoes at Virtual Daddy, reducing his virtualness into a cloud of smoke and rubble.

    Oh, the Possibilities.... - SpouseBUZZ

  • Virtual worlds will be regulated like any other game, but their virtualness normally will have no independent legal resonance from the standpoint of criminal law.

    Criminal Law in Virtual Worlds

  • I understand that real world connections sever the true virtualness that many of us here want, so if that perks your ears, I'm sorry.

    Ce n'est pas un monde virtuel


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