realistically

[ US /ˌɹiəˈɫɪstɪkɫi/ ]
[ UK /ɹi‍əlˈɪstɪkli/ ]
ADVERB
  1. in a realistic manner
    let's look at the situation realistically
  2. in a realistic manner
    the figure was realistically painted
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How To Use realistically In A Sentence

  • In its favour, there is some genuine tension in the car chase sequences, and the marauding gangs of children seem not only authentic but realistically threatening.
  • The film starts off realistically and then develops into a ridiculous fantasy.
  • Ancelotti will be anxious that the 23-year-old Brazil international, who will be cup-tied in the Champions League, is joining a club who can still realistically retain the Premier League title. Chelsea set to seal £21.5m deal for Benfica defender David Luiz
  • Mike Schneider: I avoid the term committed when working on mass collaborative projects because realistically only a small percent of people follow through on their commitments. Fatally Yours
  • What powers can it realistically reclaim having surrendered control of the club structure in 1992? Times, Sunday Times
  • But can you realistically make something designed to house just one car into a bijou residence? Times, Sunday Times
  • Instead, realistically assess what your long-term health needs might be. Times, Sunday Times
  • Once this is done, the writer should observe how realistically each study phase can be completed.
  • Then make sure your program deals realistically with your position on the ladder. THE 22 IMMUTABLE LAWS OF MARKETING
  • He does get a pension from the government, but realistically he's bludging off Lea.
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