actuality

All Noun
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  • In actuality it is said the front end created too much down force.
  • So he had passed the first night of his return to the actualities of life. Cited from The Masquerader, by Katherine Cecil Thurston
  • Is his stage story very far removed from actuality after all? Cited from Ashton-Kirk, Investigator, by John T. McIntyre
  • In actuality, he has no friends, but his parents think he's popular.
  • They were the young college men -- men in name only, boys in actuality. Cited from The Desert Valley, by Jackson Gregory
  • And for the first time I felt and knew the actuality of death. Cited from Tramping on Life, by Harry Kemp
  • The bridge was designed for though in actuality, only trains ever used it.
  • In actuality, they are two-faced, and are simply looking out for their own self-interests.
  • To him she was the beautiful tradition of the past and just as beautiful as ever in actuality. Cited from The Yotsuya Kwaidan or O'Iwa Inari, by James S. De Benneville
  • Was this dead thing the actuality which at any price she had hoped to save? Cited from Winner Take All, by Larry Evans
  • When we play, it's very well put together, in actuality.
  • A gulf of years seemed to lie between him and the actualities so close to him. Cited from Never-Fail Blake, by Arthur Stringer
  • For modern plays, however, perhaps we had better have living players, for in modern plays actuality is everything. Cited from Miscellanies, by Oscar Wilde
  • So you take her home, instead of spending the night at her house, as you do in actuality. Cited from Dream Psychology, by Sigmund Freud
  • Actuality is the completed state of something that had the potential to be completed.
  • In actuality, the project was completed ten years late and more than fourteen times over budget.
  • If only society will stand fairly still while their career is in the making they are content to avoid the actualities. Cited from A Preface to Politics, by Walter Lippmann
  • In actuality, for most cases the running time is far larger than the output; see below.
  • In actuality, animation was only completed in the final four months of production.
  • Life has no actuality of its own, and in material sense is only a continual change. Cited from The Singing Mouse Stories, by Emerson Hough
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Meaning of actuality

  • noun The state of actually existing objectively
    a hope that progressed from possibility to actuality