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synonyms for straight stuff

  • argument
  • clue
  • confirmation
  • criterion
  • data
  • demonstration
  • information
  • picture
  • reason
  • testament
  • testimony
  • validation
  • verification
  • affidavit
  • attestation
  • averment
  • case
  • certification
  • clincher
  • corroboration
  • credentials
  • cue
  • deposition
  • documents
  • establishment
  • exhibit
  • facts
  • goods
  • grabber
  • grounds
  • nitty-gritty
  • reasons
  • record
  • scoop
  • score
  • skinny
  • substantiation
  • trace
  • warrant
  • wherefore
  • why
  • witness
  • chapter and verse
  • lowdown
  • paper trail
  • smoking gun
  • whyfor
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antonyms for straight stuff

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  • hypothesis
  • theory
  • imprecision
  • inexactness
  • falseness
  • deceit
  • lying
  • falsity
  • infidelity
  • inaccuracy
  • theory
  • hypothesis
  • unfairness
  • falsehood
  • dishonesty
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      WORDS RELATED TO STRAIGHT STUFF

      • achievement
      • actualization
      • attainment
      • brass tacks
      • fact
      • materiality
      • materialization
      • real world
      • reality
      • straight stuff
      • substance
      • substantiality
      • truth
      • what it is
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