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Real, 1) actually being, true, not imaginary: “is't r. that I see?” All's V, 3, 307. “it must omit r. necessities,” Cor. III, 1, 147.
2) genuine, not artificial or factitious: “his r. habitude gave life and grace to appertainings and to ornament,” Compl. 114.
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