Examples of unreality in a Sentence
a sci-fi author who seems to have preferred the unrealities of his own fiction to the realities of the world about him
Recent Examples of unreality from the Web
In an apparent confirmation of the scene’s unreality, the man then rings a palm-size bell, echoing the horses’ bells in the first scene.
Two tragic guests, in the face of unreality, seek solace together.
There is an air of unreality about the debate that has been raging this summer over a Brexit transition deal.
Trump's order is another symptom of the toxic nostalgia and unreality that has pervaded his administration.
The Broadway production re-creates that sensation, and a feeling of happy unreality.
In fact, instead of spending money to further study the effects and reality, or unreality of global warming -- the administration has opted instead to cut much of the major funding that would go towards the studies.
The touch of underpopulated unreality has an unexpected emotional pull.
Artist Dora Budor has been commissioned to create a new piece, which juxtaposes reality with filmic unreality.
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First Known Use of unreality
castle in Spain, castle in the air;
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