Feigned and Real


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Feigned adjective – Lacking in natural or spontaneous quality.
Usage example: the feigned applause that polite people give after a bad concert

Real is an antonym for feigned in pretended topic.
Nearby Word: feigning
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Real adjective – Free from any intent to deceive or impress others.
Usage example: real folk who don't put on airs

Feigned is an antonym for real in topics: genuine, genuine in existence.
Nearby Words: realize, realise, reality, realistic, really
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Things that words describes

love feigned love real love
relationship feigned relationship real relationship
magic feigned magic real magic
feelings feigned feelings real feelings

Both words in one sentence

  • Women Are Delicate Wounded Gazelle Warcry: A woman uses her delicacy (whether real or feigned) to inspire others to fight harder.
  • Women Are Delicate Wounded Gazelle Gambit: In this trope, a woman uses her delicacy (whether real or feigned) to fool others.
  • Wizard Classic A degree of eccentricity is quite common, be it real or feigned, which masks the wizard's considerable power.
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