[ US /ˌənɹiˈæɫəti/ ]
[ UK /ʌnɹɪˈælɪti/ ]
NOUN
  1. the quality possessed by something that is unreal
  2. the state of being insubstantial or imaginary; not existing objectively or in fact
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How To Use unreality In A Sentence

  • He hardly comprehended what had been happening; the reality and unreality merged together like a nightmare or a melodrama.
  • To his surprise he didn't feel too weak. Light-headed certainly, and with a sense of unreality, but able to walk.
  • Her grand central doctrine of the "allness" of mind and the unreality of matter is a true copy of the "fantastic idealism" of the Gnostics. The Revelation Explained
  • It added an air of eeriness and unreality to the situation that made Joe feel sick to the pit of his stomach.
  • The unreality, we're told, is just for diversion - people understand the difference between movie posturing and the real world.
  • She wrote: "To possess the world in the form of images is, precisely, to reexperience the unreality and remoteness of the real".
  • This displacement of reality through insistence on the unreality of the war becomes necessary to survive.
  • Enjoying stardom while shrewdly aware of its unreality, she was accessible, loyal, generous, with a pungent sense of humour.
  • It is useless to dub a Frenchman unreal and theatrical when he gaily carries his unreality and his perception of the dramatic to the lucarne of the guillotine and meets imperturbably the most real thing on earth, The Last Hope
  • The evil, disease, sickness and other imperfections that we see and experience, have no reality, _in reality_, but have an _existence_ in _unreality_. Within You is the Power
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