One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
1‘a factual account of events’
truthful, true, accurate, authentic, historical, genuine, fact-based, realistic, real
true-to-life, lifelike, telling it like it is, as it really happened, correct, circumstantial, sure, veritable, exact, precise, honest, fair, faithful, literal, matter-of-fact, verbatim, word for word, unbiased, objective, unprejudiced, unvarnished, unadorned, unadulterated, unexaggerated
rare verisimilar, veristic, veridical
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