[ US /ˌæktʃuˈæɫəˌti/ ]
[ UK /ˌækt‍ʃuːˈælɪti/ ]
NOUN
  1. the state of actually existing objectively
    a hope that progressed from possibility to actuality
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How To Use actuality In A Sentence

  • In actuality, cheese making is preservation of a food by dehydration.
  • The flattish factuality of the poem well conveys its embarrassed self-accusation.
  • Padre Amaro, the young saving grace reformer, is in actuality a power mad vacuum, able to use a nubile young woman to satisfy his carnal desires as he finks on those within his order who would do the same.
  • I just need to see... the intercon-nectedness between act and actuality. THE BROKEN GOD
  • On the other hand, you shouldn't let actuality get in the way of a good story!
  • The skilled reader is not dependent on the adventitious aids of easiness or brightness; he is no longer, for instance, dependent upon plot for his enjoyment of fiction, or upon what is called 'actuality' or 'incident', or mere verisimilitude of description. 2010 January 08 | NIGEL BEALE NOTA BENE BOOKS
  • It felt like it had been years since I had last seen her, when in actuality it had only been a few months.
  • In actuality, living where you need a car to do everything runs counter to Ireland's spatial strategy.
  • In actuality, a cow-tail switch is equal to a flyswatter. Eliza’s Freedom Road
  • When in actuality, children need all of their breath in order to simply breathe.
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