A story of word very similar to the truth
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Mnemonic – Very similar to the truth or having the appearance of truth
Word – verisimilar
Meaning – having the appearance of truth
Part of Speech – adjective
Synonyms – probable, likely
Antonyms – improbable, unlikely
1 It is a challenge to write verisimilar fiction considering that it requires a lot of research.
2 Science has exposed many traditions based on verisimilar lies but that may not mean people will stop following them.
3 We make up verisimilar lies to fool the interview panel because we know that they will not attempt to understand our problems.
4 He planned to hijack the personality of a dead man and create a verisimilar past to make it believable.
5 The novel reconstructs a lost Caribbean history through the fictional recreation of a verisimilar life.