- The appearance of being true or real: the detail gives the novel some verisimilitudeMore example sentences
- That is, does it have verisimilitude, the appearance of being true or real?
- As a novelist, I strive for verisimilitude: the appearance of reality.
- In other words, Clarissa's language mirrors the novel's verisimilitude, while Lovelace's repeats the figures of fiction's past.
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- Mei Lanfang, for example, was famous for his verisimilar acting as young women, though he was a father of two sons.
- Identification ultimately involves discrimination between verisimilar and true signs of fracture.
- Looking for the ideal weight loss plan is verisimilar to finding that special someone.
early 17th century: from Latin verisimilitudo, from verisimilis 'probable', from veri (genitive of verus 'true') + similis 'like'.