Definition of synthespian in English:

synthespian

Syllabification: syn·thes·pi·an
Pronunciation: /sinˈTHespēən
 
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noun

A computer-generated three-dimensional human character, designed to simulate a lifelike performance on film: her first little-girl crush was on a synthespian, none other than Buzz Lightyear
More example sentences
  • Whatever your feelings are on synthespians on the big screen, there's no arguing that this bunch is spellbindingly intriguing in its own way.
  • The idea that a synthespian might some day win an Oscar is not far-fetched.
  • Gollum, digitally enhanced by actor Andy Serkis's actorly bite, silenced naysayers who argued that synthespians would never emote at the level of their flesh-and-blood counterparts.

Origin

blend of synthetic and thespian.

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