unrealistic

[ UK /ʌnɹi‍əlˈɪstɪk/ ]
[ US /ənˌɹiˈɫɪstɪk/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. not realistic
    unrealistic expectations
    prices at unrealistic high levels
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How To Use unrealistic In A Sentence

  • They can sometimes recognize that their obsessions and compulsions are unrealistic.
  • Our analysis shows that proposed cost for the new highway is unrealistic.
  • Too many clubs seem to be spending ridiculous amounts based on projected incomes which are not just unrealistic but beyond the realms of fantasy.
  • It would be unrealistic to expect too much from the mission, based on a ten-day visit.
  • The term rapidly acquired a more general usage and is sometimes used to describe any non-specific unrealistic genre scene by English 18th-century artists.
  • It is unrealistic to expect the young and naive to feel more responsibility for public expenditure than government does. Times, Sunday Times
  • I think it would be unrealistic if I quickly tried to make them friends within the time restraints of this story.
  • It may be a rather shallow and increasingly unrealistic kind of pash, but it's still there, still cooking away against all sense of reasonable expectation. Joe Cole has the talent and stage for a late-career flourish at Liverpool
  • The plan originally proposed was ruled completely unrealistic.
  • Many new left radicals of the 1960s came to see their hopes for radical social change in the near future were unrealistic. Property and Prophets: The Evolution of Economic Institutions and Ideologies
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