verisimilar


veri·sim·i·lar

adjective \ˌver-ə-ˈsi-mə-lər, -ˈsim-lər\

Definition of VERISIMILAR

1
:  having the appearance of truth :  probable
2
:  depicting realism (as in art or literature)
veri·sim·i·lar·ly adverb

Origin of VERISIMILAR

Latin verisimilis
First Known Use: 1681

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