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
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These could be flashes of light, geometric shapes, distortions of faces, auditory or visual hallucinations, a feeling of familiarity or unreality, the urge to move a specific limb, and so on.
Reitman, Cody and Theron all work to convey that middle-of-the-night feeling, the broken stillness and the drudgery, and hovering over it all, some vague sense of unreality.
His controlled style set against cold interiors, juxtaposed with the near mythical disappearance of the boy, highlights the unreality of the situation and draws attention to the film’s metaphorical power.
The air of unreality is further deepened by a soundtrack heavy on percussion, shown throughout the film to be played by drummers in a gym with a basketball hoop dressed as if for sumo wrestling.
But, as the Russian investigation heats up, and the shadowplay in the wake of the release of The Memo continues to entertain The Base, and the sense of unreality is beginning to feel extraordinarily normal.
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.
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