Adjective(1) characterized by fantastic imagery and incongruous juxtapositions(2) resembling a dream
(1) She also has a splendid surreal streak, which she doesn't get to use enough.(2) It was strangely haunting and surreal and somehow gave the impression of being French.(3) These are combined with compositions straight out of film noir at its most surreal .(4) Paul is manic and edgy on stage, with the occasional flash of surreal genius.(5) This possibility was so surreal to me that I contemplated doing it just for the experience.(6) Decision met with a surreal mix of silence and a notable lack of complaints from anyone in a red and white shirt.(7) It's surreal , to see somebody who looks like fiction, standing there in the room.(8) We can honestly say it's the most surreal piece of artwork we've ever seen - but we love it!(9) It combined multiple monitors in a striking, somewhat surreal sculptural assembly.(10) His universe was a bizarre and surreal place but his writing also hinted at serious themes.(11) The whole episode, he says, had been so surreal he was expecting the strangest of conclusions.(12) The disbelief compounded a bizarre, almost surreal fortnight for the south coast club.(13) How we manage to exist like this, with these great surreal contrasts, is a mystery to me.(14) She's also an up-and-coming fiction writer with a penchant for the dark and surreal .(15) It was surreal and very funny - all I needed was a white cat to stroke menacingly and I was set.(16) The crazy collage of styles is here but, overall, the feel is less zany and surreal .
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