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Spell check of real

Correct spelling: real

incarnate, trustworthy, de facto, touchable, important, firm, extant, bona fide, supremely, sturdy, legitimate, sure, real number, objective, pure, occurring, original, actual, good, predominant, clearly, elementary, exceedingly, literally, satisfying, outstandingly, certified, tangible, stable, unmannered, sincere, actually, realistic, honestly, crucial, existing, unpretending, significant, true, surely, key, ingenuous, natural, in truth, corporal, altogether, physical, central, immanent, vital, indubitable, subsisting, authorized, essentially, hearty, sound, corporeal, real-world, subsistent, square, literal, perceptible, entire, accredited, current, unpretentious, certainly, irrefutable, chief, palpable, basic, sure-enough, undoubted, exceptionally, apparent, authoritative, New Zealand, naive, authentic, unaffected, particular, prime, historical, present, undeniable, material, genuine, precisely, evidently, serious, worldly, uncommonly, overwhelmingly, united, proper, right, reliable, ontological, effective, simply, practical, truly, strong, pukka, absolute, meaningful, major, solid, unsubstantial, supreme, distinctly, received, incredibly, appreciable, sensible, situational, heartfelt, leading, live, substantive, really, considerable, bodily, unfeigned, unquestionable, simple, certifiable, evident, enormously, veritable, factual, essential, primary, kosher, extremely, very, genuinely, certain, completely, perfectly, fundamental, rattling, innocent, complete, artless, unreal, unusually, especially, substantial, principal, echt, extraordinarily, concrete, main, accepted, honest, veridical, existent.

dishonest, illusory, ideal, sly, worldly-wise, mealymouthed, eye-deceiving, imitation, factitious, guileful, fictitious, mythologic, abstract, shrewd, man-made, platonic, assuming, make-believe, disputed, supposed, slick, theoretical, civilized, deceitful, flattering, false, envisioned, polished, pseudo, cultivated, unrealistic, exploded, double-dealing, dissimulating, crooked, fancied, scheming, unreal, assumed, symbolic, refined, delusive, crafty, arch, suppositious, unauthentic, insincere, apocryphal, tricky, simulated, skeptical, foxy, sham, strained, conjectural, suspicious, visualised, fabled, hallucinatory, notional, calculating, two-faced, baseless, envisaged, spurious, cunning, potential, mythic, hypocritical, romantic, cultured, unnatural, dreamed, nominal, devious, pictured, chimerical, bogus, mythical, artful, forced, delusory, fabricated, illusionary, slippery, smooth, dissembling, feigned, sharp, sycophantic, fantastic, canny, reputed, insubstantial, illusive, critical, designing, subtle, misleading, shifty, nonexistent, mythological, frivolous, unctuous, alleged, imagined, fantastical, worldly, wary, pretend, unsubstantial, manipulative, concocted, fictional, fanciful, legendary, counterfeit, knavish, made-up, conceived, deceptive, trompe-l'oeil, pretentious, inexistent, cynical, cosmopolitan, unauthorized, wily, mock, imaginary, sophisticated, synthetic, fake, mistrustful, hypothetical, affected, underhanded, illusional, artificial, suppositional, fabulous, invented, possible, supposititious, virtual, visualized, manufactured, intangible, phony.

Examples of usage:

1) Being itself a real snake, it could have no virtue as a symbol. - "The Expositor's Bible: The Gospel of St. John, Vol. I", Marcus Dods.

2) No. The real question is, Do you love me? - "The Eye of Dread", Payne Erskine.

3) Can this be real? - "The Martins Of Cro' Martin, Vol. II (of II)", Charles James Lever.