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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishunrealun‧real /ˌʌnˈrɪəl◂/ ●○○ adjective  1 [not before noun]STRANGE an experience, situation etc that is unreal seems so strange that you think you must be imagining it It seemed unreal to be sitting and talking to someone so famous.2 REAL/NOT IMAGINARY#not related to real things that happen Many people go into marriage with unreal expectations.3 spokenEXCITED very exciting syn excellent Our trip to Disneyland was unreal.unreality /ˌʌnriˈæləti/ noun [uncountable]
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unrealBattle scenes in the movie seemed entirely unreal.Our trip to Disneyland was totally unreal.He was young; it was the sixties; he had a beauty that made him a little unreal.It made him feel rather strange, rather safe and happy, and as if perhaps all of it were unreal.The daily contact with them was unreal.Pregnancy often seems unreal, and something which will not happen to them.The music seemed unreal, especially because of my tranny.In both poems, Leapor attempts to debunk unreal expectations of marriage.Self-justifying belongs only to the unreal part of ourselves, the personality.What we see on the news seems increasingly unreal to me.
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