- v. present participle of realize.
GNU Webster's 1913
- adj. Serving to make real, or to impress on the mind as a reality.
“While Hayek is perhaps best known for his 1944 critique of government economic planning, "The Road to Serfdom," he also was a pioneer in realizing that the evolutionary history of the human species was a factor for understanding current political and economic beliefs.”
“However, solitude is a state of mind, rather than an environmental state and one that writers especially should be expert in realizing, yet are some of the last to embrace.”
“I think it shows a short-sightedness by the writer in realizing what this new theatre could do for the City of Cambridge.”
“I am very pro-breastfeeding but am also very realistic in realizing that it does not and cannot work for every mom.”
“What we are all not realizing is that we all breath and eat and the same air and food, black and white.”
“And this morning I made some major breakthroughs in realizing why & how I write ... and why I don't.”
“His dreams are vague and impractical, his heart hasn't been really in realizing his dreams, and the self he's being true to is an irresponsible arrested adolescent.”
“Prom them she learned all the ten thousand tricks and quirks of artful gardening, and she was not long in realizing how helpless she would have been had she depended on local labor.”
““I am pleased to announce that we have offered to forego part of our salvage award as a contribution of $75,000 to provide support to the National Museum of the Royal Navy to assist in realizing the historical, educational and cultural opportunities that the discovery of this important shipwreck offers to the public.””
“Obama seems to be sticking with the Griffin/Bush plan and he deserves credit in realizing that changing course mid-way is expensive and destroys the credibility of NASA over the long term.”
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