unreal

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  • He says, he will no longer work in films, as that life is unreal.
  • How far away and unreal the land from which he had come! Cited from Left on the Labrador, by Dillon Wallace
  • These days it was difficult enough to get money for real things, the unreal stood no chance. Cited from The House of the Misty Star, by Fannie Caldwell Macaulay
  • That or this must be unreal; yet how far off both seemed! Cited from The False Gods, by George Horace Lorimer
  • He went into as much detail about some unreal animals as he did about real ones.
  • They must be unreal in the highest sense on account of this very failure. Cited from An Interpretation of Rudolf Eucken's Philosophy, by W. Tudor Jones
  • It seemed to her just as unreal a thing as last night's dream. Cited from Captivity, by M. Leonora Eyles [AKA: Margaret Leonora Pitcairn Eyles]
  • The truth of things is that they are neither real nor unreal.
  • His entire picture was unreal, giving the worst rather than the average conditions.
  • These matters, now seemed a great way off -- too unreal to be of personal moment. Cited from The Danger Mark, by Robert W. Chambers
  • Join in its progress, even if that progress seems to you to be unreal. Cited from The Young Man and the World, by Albert J. Beveridge
  • It was all too big -- too unreal -- too unlike the world she had known. Cited from The Texan, by James B. Hendryx
  • Unreal they might be, but they hurt more than real things did. Cited from The Wind Bloweth, by Brian Oswald Donn-Byrne
  • Too often love becomes unreal with those who try to love the far-off when they do not love the near. Cited from London Lectures of 1907, by Annie Besant
  • The effect is to make the rocks appear more unreal than any rocks ever seen upon the stage. Cited from Highways & Byways in Sussex, by E.V. Lucas
  • These arguments often center around what it means for something to be unreal.
  • To have you here by me seems so unreal, so impossible. Cited from Mike Fletcher, by George Moore (George Augustus Moore)
  • How far away, how unreal, she now seemed to him. Cited from The House of the Vampire, by George Sylvester Viereck
  • The treatment of a situation of this kind can, of course, easily be made unreal. Cited from Gilbert Keith Chesterton, by Maisie Ward
  • But you see that there is something romantic and unreal about the whole thing. Cited from A Canadian Heroine, Volume 1, by Mrs. Harry Coghill
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Meaning of unreal

  • adjective Lacking in reality or substance or genuineness; not corresponding to acknowledged facts or criteria
    ghosts and other unreal entities, unreal propaganda serving as news
  • adjective Not actually such; being or seeming fanciful or imaginary
    this conversation is getting more and more unreal, the fantastically unreal world of government bureaucracy, the unreal world of advertising art