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Definition of Verisimilar

Verisimilar
Verisimilar Ver`i*sim"i*lar, a. [L. verisimilis; verus true + similis like, similar. See Very, and Similar.] Having the appearance of truth; probable; likely. ``How verisimilar it looks.' --Carlyle.

Meaning of Verisimilar from wikipedia

- rise to the Gr**** mu (Μ), Etruscan , Latin M, and Cyrillic М. Mem is verisimilar coming from Proto-Semitic *maʾ-/*may-. It is believed that the Phoenician...
- narrative characters, even if juxtaposed with detailed, photographic, verisimilar, spectacular backgrounds. This may function, McCloud infers, as a mask...
- brought them to defeat. Sometimes rendered "Hannibal ante portas", with verisimilar meaning: "Hannibal before the gates" haud ignota loquor I speak not of...
- corroboration of the hypothesis (or 'meta-hypothesis') that A is more verisimilar than B. Imagination McNamara fallacy Truthiness "Definition of Verisimilitude...
- the confrontation of the two groups happens within a studio makes it verisimilar that self-reflective questions of the young artist are addressed in La...
- words cannot be confirmed by any third source but appear completely verisimilar. Letter to Helga Kern, 26 July 1926, reproduced in Iring Fetscher's afterword...
- reinforced in the cluster of shadows to the left on the bank, and the un-verisimilar play of light around the bathing figures. Seurat described one of the...
- album's plot and lamented the absence of the band's "catchy choruses" and "verisimilar emotions", but praised its heavier songs and Shara Nova's contribution...
- simulacrum, simular, simulate, simulation, simulator, simultaneous, verisimilar, verisimilitude sinap- mustard Gr**** σίναπι (sínapi), (sināpízein), (sināpismós)...
- narrative characters, even if juxtaposed with detailed, photographic, verisimilar, spectacular backgrounds. This may function, McCloud infers, as a mask...
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