Did you perchance mean unrealized?
- adj. alternative spelling of unrealized.
- adj. of persons; marked by failure to realize full potentialities
“Tower focuses on underlying profit because it removes short-term unrealised gains and losses that have to be booked on the bottom line under Australian accounting standards.”
“Apparently most men have, at some time and in some way, the consciousness of a capacity for God which is unfulfilled, of a relation to God unrealised, which is broken and resumed, or yet to be resumed.”
“In a fluently sardonic diary, Simon Gray explained that one artistic director suggested his play's salvation would be in working out its "unrealised" themes.”
“As the market prices of mortgage securities have fallen, banks have had to mark down their holdings, taking "unrealised" losses that erode their capital position.”
“Most significantly, however, the friendship, suggesting a hitherto unrealised closeness between the police and News International, is itself threatening the perceived probity of the Metropolitan police and its commissioner, Sir Paul Stephenson.”
“Other locations may be referenced or implied but until they are represented they are unrealised locales.”
“While references to and implications of off-scene locations are not part of the layout, they effectively pencil in an exterior framing of (as yet?) unrealised locales; this is part of the milieu.”
“Nor will the fecund millions in the slums and labour-ghettos, who to-day die of all the ills due to chronic underfeeding and overcrowding, and who die with their fecundity largely unrealised, die in that future day when the increased food-getting efficiency of socialism will give them all they want to eat.”
“The beauty of the play is that the action stems from the rhythms of work yet behind the frenzy lurks an awareness of life's unrealised potential.”
“In fact failure and loss is central to Lincoln's project, and this show focuses on his print publications, a film, and models detailing unrealised works.”
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