[ UK /ɹˈɛlm/ ]
[ US /ˈɹɛɫm/ ]
  1. a domain in which something is dominant
    a land of make-believe
    the rise of the realm of cotton in the south
    the untroubled kingdom of reason
  2. the domain ruled by a king or queen
  3. a knowledge domain that you are interested in or are communicating about
    here we enter the region of opinion
    the realm of the occult
    it was a limited realm of discourse
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How To Use realm In A Sentence

  • It seems to embrace a lot of our speculations here about the willful nature of ideas, and works well for things within our conscious realm, from babies to ballpoints.
  • Eschewing schools and musical fashions, he wrote a great deal of music which is seldom heard, exploring bitonalites and partly delving into the realm of atonality.
  • It may be that the industry has reached a leveling-off point at which improvements in garments are so incremental that they're not worth the added cost, unless one is willing to drift into the realm of couture or the world of Chado Ralph Rucci where even a cotton poplin dress can set one back several thousand dollars -- but looks like it's worth a million bucks. Olivier Theyskens's Theory of relativity: High standards at a lower price
  • The receipts from his shows have long since moved from the realms of the fantastic into those of the ludicrous.
  • Instead, the problems of the world are transplanted into the realm of attitude and behaviour; as though, if people only think right, that will make all be right with the world.
  • After years of fiscal gloom, they hope Brown will bring his political clout to the corporate realm.
  • In truth, she could not have known she had fallen into this realm as the mere awareness of self and location whether spatial or otherwise would negate the very nature of the state itself.
  • It is the realm of _psychical life_; and, still more decidedly and more evidently, the _realm of mind_. The Theories of Darwin and Their Relation to Philosophy, Religion, and Morality
  • The use of torture to elicit information is not beyond the realm of possibility.
  • The physical realm is the realm of contingent, temporal, concrete and fuzzy particulars.
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