Assumed and Imaginary


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Assumed adjective – Appearing to be true on the basis of evidence that may or may not be confirmed.
Usage example: an assumed connection between the two species that has yet to be confirmed by fossil findings

Imaginary is a synonym for assumed in supposed topic. In some cases you can use "Imaginary" instead an adjective "Assumed".
Nearby Words: assumption, assuming
Synonyms for Assumed


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Imaginary adjective – Not real and existing only in the imagination.
Assumed is a synonym for imaginary in supposed topic. Sometimes you can use "Assumed" instead an adjective "Imaginary", if it concerns topics such as fictional, fictitious.
Nearby Words: imagination, imaginative
Synonyms for Imaginary

Things that words describes

boyfriend assumed boyfriend imaginary boyfriend
audience assumed audience imaginary audience
show assumed show imaginary show
enemy assumed enemy imaginary enemy

Both words in one sentence

  • Western Animation / China, IL Well not really Baby Cakes's imaginary friend, many people assumed Baby Cakes made him up as part of his fantasy.
  • Beau visited Vox frequently as a child, but nobody besides her ever saw him, so her mother and everyone else in her life assumed he was an imaginary friend.
  • Paranormal Activity 3 shows that the demon terrorizing Katie and Kristi initially introduced itself to Kristi as an entity named "Toby," who the rest of the family assumed to be just an imaginary friend.
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