Translation of verisimilitude in Spanish:


verosimilitud, n.

Pronunciation /ˌvərəsəˈmɪləˌt(j)ud//ˌvɛrɪsɪˈmɪlɪtjuːd/



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    verosimilitud feminine
    • In terms of Hollywood verisimilitude, that's pinpoint accuracy.
    • Poe saw how ‘all are affected by the potent magic of verisimilitude.’
    • That is, does it have verisimilitude, the appearance of being true or real?
    • I'm writing about an experience that isn't my own, and in order to ensure some degree of verisimilitude, I use details from my own experience.
    • But what does stand out in Adrian's novel is the way he combines verisimilitude with implausibility.
    • I would let verisimilitude and photogenics dictate my route more than proximity to Madison Square Garden.
    • Graphics are to games what verisimilitude is to a novel.
    • The fragment seemed Kosher, with phraseology, vocabulary, metaphor, style and expression of apparent authenticity and verisimilitude.
    • After all, this is a TV series in which Stephen Hawking's wheelchair is able to transform and fly; it is not exactly striving for verisimilitude.
    • At the same time, Western artists are exacting and relentless in their pursuit of historical verisimilitude.
    • This is a very slight discrepancy from strict verisimilitude here, but one that revealingly triggers disproportionate reactions among critics.
    • Research is vital but I have a problem with focussing too much on verisimilitude.
    • In other words, Clarissa's language mirrors the novel's verisimilitude, while Lovelace's repeats the figures of fiction's past.
    • They situate and reassure the reader by promoting verisimilitude, the quality of appearing to be real.
    • Jonson's use of strict verisimilitude helps to facilitate yet another layer of deception by employing a fixed sense of time.
    • Because of my developing view that there is often more verisimilitude than veracity in folk wisdom, I carried out a replication.
    • As a novelist, I strive for verisimilitude: the appearance of reality.
    • But the younger generation of Congressmen - its members are in their 20s and 30s - imparts verisimilitude to the definition.
    • Painted with an almost Dutch-Renaissance verisimilitude, Harrison's work is of extreme close-ups that focus us on expressively open faces.
    • Fantasy fiction relies heavily on generic verisimilitude, precisely because so much of its content centres around what is ‘not real’.