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Imaginary and not real

imaginary

adjective

not real but only created in your mind

hypothetical

adjective

based on situations or events that seem possible rather than on actual ones

false

adjective

not real and intended to trick people

fake

adjective

made to look like something real in order to trick people

simulated

adjective

made to have the features or qualities of another thing

fictitious

adjective

not real or true and used for tricking people

made-up

adjective

imaginary, or false

pretended

adjective

not real or sincere

synthetic

adjective

false, or not real

mock

adjective

not real but intended to look or seem real

pre-cation

a paid holiday given to a new employee before they start their job

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