An example of verisimilitude is the realistic plot or images of a movie that make it seem quite realistic.
- the appearance of being true or real
- something having the mere appearance of being true or real
Origin of verisimilitudeClassical Latin verisimilitudo ; from verisimilis: see verisimilar
- The quality of appearing to be true or real. See Synonyms at truth.
- Something that has the appearance of being true or real.
Origin of verisimilitudeLatin v&emacron;r&imacron;similit&umacron;d&omacron;, from v&emacron;r&imacron;similis, verisimilar; see verisimilar.
From Latin vÄ“rÄ«similitÅ«dÅ (“likeness to truth"), more correctly written separately as vÄ“rÄ« similitÅ«dÅ; from vÄ“rÄ«, genitive singular of vÄ“rus (“true, real"), + similitÅ«dÅ (“likeness, resemblance").