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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishverisimilitudever‧i‧si‧mil‧i‧tude /ˌverɪsɪˈmɪlɪtjuːd $ -tuːd/ noun [uncountable] formal  the quality of being true or real questions about the verisimilitude of the document
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verisimilitudeThe historical adviser is there not to ensure verisimilitude, but to be an accomplice in furthering the aims of the producer.This perhaps explains the strident colors which characterize his paintings as certainly it suggests the source of their extreme verisimilitude.A few minor inconsistencies and divergences would give the appearance of verisimilitude.This last gives the novel some technical verisimilitude.He is proud of the verisimilitude.
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