See also: for-real
- for-real (usually used only in the comparative or superlative)
- Genuine, true or earnest.
- Is his story for real?
1968 September 6, “Outreach in the inner city makes library 'for real'”, in Christian Science Monitor:
- […] demonstration sponsored by the library may make the library more' "for real" to the inner-city person
genuine, true or natural
- Genuinely, truly.
- This recipe takes two hours to cook, for real!