unrealistically

[ UK /ʌnɹi‍əlˈɪstɪkli/ ]
[ US /ənˌɹiəˈɫɪstɪkɫi/ ]
ADVERB
  1. in an unrealistic manner
    his expectations were unrealistically high
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How To Use unrealistically In A Sentence

  • The lack of integration is partly attributed to the unrealistically low forward estimates of public expenditure outlined in the Government's first budget.
  • Tom spoke unrealistically of getting a full-time job that paid an enormous sum.
  • Tom spoke unrealistically of getting a full-time job that paid an enormous sum.
  • It sounds so unrealistically, unsophisticatedly direct - so lacking in politesse and not something that is actually done in the real world.
  • I dislike the music, find the plots to be asinine and chauvinistic, and hate the predictable and unrealistically cheerful endings.
  • And extremely unrealistically, we'd thought the windows could be done in an hour and a bit. SOMEBODY
  • As to speed, that is only because of unrealistically low speed limits. yuan: And then there is the massive increase in construction of high-speed rail in virtually every developed nation except the USA. Seattle light rail: No park-and-ride lots (Jack Bog's Blog)
  • Personally, I think that that was being rather unrealistically optimistic. A QUESTION OF PRINCIPLE
  • The popstar told The Independent that Indians are not portrayed enough in the media, and when they are it is "unrealistically". All - Digital Spy - Entertainment and Media News
  • The same philosophers who worry that friendship leads us into "bad epistemic conduct"—because our affections lead us to think unrealistically well of our pals—are alarmed at the prospects for "bad faith" among patriots, what with their tendency to think the best about their own country, the evidence be damned. The Trials of Devotion
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