Definition of Irrealities

1. Noun. (plural of irreality) ¹



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Definition of Irrealities

1. irreality [n] - See also: irreality

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Irrealities

irrationalisms
irrationalist
irrationalistic
irrationalists
irrationalities
irrationality
irrationally
irrationalness
irrationals
irreal
irrealis
irrealis mood
irrealism
irrealisms
irrealistic
irrealities (current term)
irreality
irreceptive
irreclaimable
irreclaimably
irrecognisable
irrecognition
irrecognizable
irreconcilability
irreconcilable
irreconcilableness
irreconcilables
irreconcilably
irreconcile

Literary usage of Irrealities

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1. Bell's Classical Arrangement of Fugitive Poetry by John Bell (1789)
"With all that either broach'd, the world content, Believ'd still farther than they could invent, All irrealities came forth reveal'd By pow'rful Fancy into ..."

2. The New Foundling Hospital for Wit: Being a Collection of Fugitive Pieces by John Almon (1786)
"... farther than they could invent, All irrealities came forth reveal'd By pow'rful Fancy into fa& congeal'd. Then Poetry had elbow-room enough, ..."

3. The Jurist by Great Britain Courts, Great Britain (1852)
"... and irrealities in LAW. their Character, Distinctions, and Conse- B; U. MACNAMARA, Esq., of Lincoln's inn, Special Price 61. boards. LAW. ..."

4. The Encyclopedia of Pure Materia Medica: A Record of the Positive Effects of by Timothy Field Allen (1876)
"irrealities. -Felt tired when v.alking, though I cuold 'at deal of exercise; at noon (fifteenth day). Unusually ft; in the afternoon (eighteenth day). ..."

5. Words and Places: Or, Etymological Illustrations of History, Ethnology, and by Isaac Taylor (1865)
"... conduits, ferries—Monastic establishments of London —irrealities of certain trades—Sports and pastimes—Sites of residences of historic families ..."

6. The Collectors: Being Cases Mostly Under the Ninth and Tenth Commandments by Frank Jewett Mather (1912)
"You have devoted yourself to graceful irrealities and must now abide by your choice." Thus the St. Michael had spoken in a dream in ..."

7. Bell's Classical Arrangement of Fugitive Poetry by John Bell (1789)
"With all that either broach'd, the world content, Believ'd still farther than they could invent, All irrealities came forth reveal'd By pow'rful Fancy into ..."

8. The New Foundling Hospital for Wit: Being a Collection of Fugitive Pieces by John Almon (1786)
"... farther than they could invent, All irrealities came forth reveal'd By pow'rful Fancy into fa& congeal'd. Then Poetry had elbow-room enough, ..."

9. The Jurist by Great Britain Courts, Great Britain (1852)
"... and irrealities in LAW. their Character, Distinctions, and Conse- B; U. MACNAMARA, Esq., of Lincoln's inn, Special Price 61. boards. LAW. ..."

10. The Encyclopedia of Pure Materia Medica: A Record of the Positive Effects of by Timothy Field Allen (1876)
"irrealities. -Felt tired when v.alking, though I cuold 'at deal of exercise; at noon (fifteenth day). Unusually ft; in the afternoon (eighteenth day). ..."

11. Words and Places: Or, Etymological Illustrations of History, Ethnology, and by Isaac Taylor (1865)
"... conduits, ferries—Monastic establishments of London —irrealities of certain trades—Sports and pastimes—Sites of residences of historic families ..."

12. The Collectors: Being Cases Mostly Under the Ninth and Tenth Commandments by Frank Jewett Mather (1912)
"You have devoted yourself to graceful irrealities and must now abide by your choice." Thus the St. Michael had spoken in a dream in ..."

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