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  • Many of her characters are considered over-the-top, making her books seem less realistic.
  • It is the first slightly realistic American football video game ever developed and released.
  • Or is it more realistic to say that there simply is no right answer to the question?
  • Ten thousand lives, tropical fish should make it as realistic as possible.
  • This phase may take several days for realistic data and some techniques.
  • These claims may be more or less realistic, depending on individual products.
  • Attempts are made to keep the combat as realistic as possible in a game setting.
  • He wanted to express a more realistic portrait of his region and community drawn from personal experience.
  • So, it is not realistic to use only one standard for every area of clinical information.
  • They are usually more expensive than those found at party stores, but they create a more realistic effect.
  • It has recently been discussed that these goals may not be realistic and are likely to change.
  • Or we might make the model even more realistic.
  • Games since then were designed to be more realistic to further entertain the players.
  • She continued writing, finishing her last realistic novels and collections of short stories.
  • Although other parties are nominally legal, they do not have any realistic chance of winning.
  • To create more realistic movement in large figures, an analog system was used.
  • The production was also particularly noted for its realistic violence.
  • They were so popular in their home country that modern, realistic children's literature began to be looked down on there.
  • The goal is certainly not at all a realistic, natural speech.
  • This saved production costs and gave the animated characters a more realistic look.
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Words starting with realistic

Meaning of realistic

  • adjective Aware or expressing awareness of things as they really are
    a realistic description, a realistic view of the possibilities, a realistic appraisal of our chances, the actors tried to create a realistic portrayal of the Africans
  • adjective Of or relating to the philosophical doctrine of realism
    a realistic system of thought