ultrarealistic

ultrarealistic

(ˌʌltrəˌrɪəˈlɪstɪk)
adj
extremely realistic
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We've got the introduction of the safety car and virtual safety car this year, as well as the Baku circuit in Azerbaijan and the new Haas F1 team, while under the hood there's the usual ultrarealistic career mode for players to tackle, as you, your agent, engineer and team search for the perfect recipe for success.
They said that she is priceless and that they currently have no plans to make more ultrarealistic robots like her.
Riding high on the success of Bullitt and The Thomas Crown Affair, McQueen decided to produce a film about his need for speed, recruiting some of Le Mans' star drivers, and hiring Porsches and Ferraris to make an ultrarealistic drama before egos, paranoia and the lack of a working script sent the entire thing spinning into the armco.
Ultrarealistic driving games can replicate the sound, look and handling of actual cars down to the engine hum and chassis rattle.
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The boy, who was shot apparently due to having an air gun which looked ultrarealistic to the officers, was identified as Tamir Rice.
Once past the ultrarealistic massacre of three young pistoleros hiding out in a safe house, the narrative trips into hallucinatory territory.
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Nothing is as it seems on television, however, and Channel 4's props department had clearly been at work, providing four ultrarealistic, vulcanised rubber steaks.
You have it in Damages with ultrarealistic, dialogue-centred, and with a cast to die for.
Made from top-of-the-line birch, these pieces interlock smoothly to form an ultrarealistic skeleton of a variety of these fierce prehistoric creatures, each of whom are adjustable to multiple positions so they can stand erect, crouch, or loom threateningly over their prey.