realness

Really vs Realness - What's the difference?

really | realness |


As an adverb really

is (lb) actually; in fact; in reality.

As an interjection really

is indicating surprise at, or requesting confirmation of, some new information; to express skepticism.

As a noun realness is

the state of being real; reality.

Realness vs Fidelity - What's the difference?

realness | fidelity |


As nouns the difference between realness and fidelity

is that realness is the state of being real; reality while fidelity is faithfulness to one's duties.

Realness vs Facticity - What's the difference?

realness | facticity |


As nouns the difference between realness and facticity

is that realness is the state of being real; reality while facticity is the quality or state of being a fact.

Realness vs Authenticity - What's the difference?

realness | authenticity |


As nouns the difference between realness and authenticity

is that realness is the state of being real; reality while authenticity is the quality of being genuine or not corrupted from the original.

Realness - What does it mean?

realness | |

Realism vs Realness - What's the difference?

realism | realness |


As nouns the difference between realism and realness

is that realism is a concern for fact or reality and rejection of the impractical and visionary while realness is the state of being real; reality.

Regalness vs Realness - What's the difference?

regalness | realness |


As nouns the difference between regalness and realness

is that regalness is the quality of being regal while realness is the state of being real; reality.

Reality vs Realness - What's the difference?

reality | realness |


As nouns the difference between reality and realness

is that reality is the state of being actual or real while realness is the state of being real; reality.

What is the difference between realness and real?

realness | real |

Realness is a derived term of real.


As nouns the difference between realness and real

is that realness is the state of being real; reality while real is a commodity; see reality or real can be former unit of currency of spain and spain's colonies or real can be a unit of currency used in portugal and its colonies from 1430 until 1911, and in brazil from 1790 until 1942 or real can be a unit of currency used in brazil since 1994 symbol:.

As a adjective real is

that can be characterized as a confirmation of truth.

As a adverb real is

(us|colloquial) really.