Fanciful and Theoretical


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Fanciful adjective – Not real and existing only in the imagination.
Usage example: the fanciful creatures that J.R.R. Tolkien created for his Middle Earth novels

Theoretical and fanciful are semantically related in ideal topic. In some cases you can use "Theoretical" instead an adjective "Fanciful", when it comes to topics like vision.
Nearby Words: fancy, fancied, fancier, fancifully
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Theoretical adjective – Existing only as an assumption or speculation.
Fanciful and theoretical are semantically related in ideal topic. Sometimes you can use "Fanciful" instead an adjective "Theoretical", if it concerns topics such as vision.
Nearby Words: theory, theoretic, theoretically, theorist, theoretician
Synonyms for Theoretical

Things that words describes

work fanciful work theoretical work
way fanciful way theoretical way
design fanciful design theoretical design
tale fanciful tale theoretical tale
Other nouns: version, designs, models.
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