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activity, n.1. motion, movement, doing, action; stir, hustle, hustling, bustle, bustling, restlessness, commotion, tumult, fuss, flurry, pother, ado, Inf.to-do, Sometimes Facetious,

do; busyness, occupation, employment, engagement; application, diligence, industriousness, industry, assiduousness, assiduity.
2. energy, vigor, vigorousness, vim, robustness, heartiness, briskness, nimbleness, agility, agileness, spryness; fleetness, rapidity, quickness, speediness, swiftness; alertness, readiness, promptness, promptitude.
3. enterprise, undertaking, venture, deed, work, labor, task, service, act; event, occurrence, happening, affair,
Inf.goings on.
4. operation, function, process, working; performance, execution, effort, exertion, exercise.
5. vitality, liveliness, spirit, sprightliness; vibrancy, vivacity, vividness, animation.

actor, n.1. player, stage player, performer, stage performer, playactor, role player, trouper, Si.

ham; theatrician, thespian, Roscian, histrio, histrion, Archaic.histrionic; personator, impersonator, actress.
2. doer, executor, executant, executrix; worker, operator, operative, operant; architect, author, maker, creator, fabricator; agent, medium; promoter, mover, prime mover; participant, participator; practitioner.

actual, adj.1. real, true, Brit. Dial,

gradely, Both Archaic,

sooth, soothfast; factual, unimaginary, un-fictitious, true-to-life, realistic; authentic, genuine, Dial,

sure-enough, bona fide, veritable, valid, confirmed; rightful, legitimate, lawful, just, legal, licit, official.
2. absolute, positive, certain, sure, definite; unquestionable, indisputable, indubitable, undeniable.
3. present, current, existent, extant.

actuality, n.1. actualness, reality, realness; actualization, realization, entelechy; truth, verity, Archaic.troth, fact, Archaic, sooth.
2. physical existence, physicalness, corporeality, corporealness, substantiality, substantialness, materiality, materialness; tangibility, tangibleness, palpability, palpableness.

actualize, v. 1. realize, make real, make actual; embody, make concrete, personify, externalize, objectify, exteriorize.
2. make happen, cause, bring about, effect, effectuate, work out, engineer, produce; bring off, manage,
SI.pull off, Inf.put over, All U.S. SI.

swing, cut, hack; accomplish, attain, achieve, reach, arrive at, compass; succeed in, make good, Inf.make it; fulfill, carry out, follow through, consummate.

actually, adv.

really, in reality, in actuality, in fact, de facto, in essence, essentially, intrinsically, truly, in truth, truthfully, literally; indeed, verily, as a matter of fact, in point of fact.

actuate, v. 1. incite, inspire, inspirit, kindle, inflame, ignite, fire up, fuel; stimulate, excite, awaken, arouse, rouse, stir up; motivate, induce, prompt, goad, prod, spur; draw, lead, urge, sway, persuade; impel, compel, force, push, drive.
2. energize, trigger, turn on, switch on, light; activate, animate, set in motion; initiate, instigate, start, commence, begin, get going
orstarted, set off, bring about.

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