Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of unreality.

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Examples

  • He who delights the most lives the most, and your dreams and unrealities are less disturbing to you and more gratifying than are my facts to me.

    Chapter 24

  • "They spoiled the music just the same, with their antics and unrealities."

    Chapter 24

  • A fine novel where the unrealities of the spy trade, if you like, are not overshadowed by the fantasy.

    Archive 2010-03-01

  • For serious writers of speculative fiction the prize has always been the belief that the unrealities of science fiction, fantasy and horror provide unique tools with which to dissect the realities of our world.

    Writer Unboxed » Blog Archive » Snippets

  • Often the result is that these little unrealities build into one big unreality, a good example of this being Peake's Gormenghast books, which are virtually relentless in their refusal of explication or excuse.

    The Aesthetics of Fat

  • It must constantly breach plausibility by introducing new unrealities -- counterfactuals, hypotheticals, metaphysicals.

    The Aesthetics of Fat

  • To put this year's deficit in perspective, we thought of a few unrealities that carry a similar price tag:

    Rob Fishman: Spending The Deficit

  • Often the result is that these little unrealities build into one big unreality, a good example of this being Peake's Gormenghast books, which are virtually relentless in their refusal of explication or excuse.

    Archive 2007-03-01

  • It must constantly breach plausibility by introducing new unrealities -- counterfactuals, hypotheticals, metaphysicals.

    Archive 2007-03-01

  • Parallel narrative, which uses counterfactual unrealities.

    Archive 2006-07-01

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