Adjective(1) lacking in reality or substance or genuineness; not corresponding to acknowledged facts or criteria(2) not actually such; being or seeming fanciful or imaginary(3) contrived by art rather than nature(4) lacking material form or substance; unreal
(1) The result is the current dishonesty: an unreal discussion of danger that captivates the imagination of our population and most influential bodies and individuals.(2) Significantly, none of the reviews which complain of the film's complexity argue that the construction of the story is somehow unbelievable or unreal .(3) ├ö├ç├┐It was amazing when they called my name, I could hardly hear it, everyone was jumping out of the seats, it was unreal ,├ö├ç├û she smiles.(4) The intention was to evoke an unreal elsewhere, an imaginary place both freaky and familiar.(5) But all the clips make the stories look fantastical, unreal .(6) She was asked to come along and see her daughter receiving a First Aid Certificate and her surprise was unreal when she saw it was her party in full swing.(7) Now we demand that our celebrities shoulder that burden, saddling them with our hopes and the heavy weight of our often unreal expectations.(8) This was partly because of the unreal expectations that had been built up beforehand, and to which we in the media undoubtedly contributed.(9) More recent comments have drifted in the direction of the threat to social partnership being created by unreal pay expectations.(10) The distant firefight, when it could be heard, sounded strangely unreal , almost as if someone had a piece of bubble wrap and had wrung it so that random bubbles popped and cracked.(11) Reality can't compete with unreal expectations.(12) Part of the problem with the parliament is, as commentator Iain McWhirter says, naive idealism and, after a 300-year break, unreal expectations.(13) She felt it immediately; an unreal sensation, as though the ground had dropped from beneath her.(14) ├ö├ç├┐It was unreal , absolutely terrifying,├ö├ç├û she says.(15) However, I also thought that at times he wandered off into a mist of hypothetical, unreal situations.(16) Eventually the brief day begins to feel unreal , an illusory comfort for those who cannot take the unrelenting darkness.
(1) unreal :: 非現実的な
1. imaginary ::
2. incredible ::
3. artificial ::
4. unsubstantial ::
1. realistic ::
2. reasonable ::
Different Formsunreal, unreality
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