Definition of Irreality

1. Noun. The state of being insubstantial or imaginary; not existing objectively or in fact.

Exact synonyms: Unreality
Generic synonyms: Nonentity, Nonexistence
Specialized synonyms: Cloud, Falseness, Falsity
Antonyms: Reality
Derivative terms: Unreal, Unreal



Definition of Irreality

1. Noun. (uncommon) Unreality. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Irreality

1. [n -TIES]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Irreality

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

Literary usage of Irreality

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1. Grundzüge Der Deutschen Grammatik: Der grammatische Teil der Essentials of by Bert John Vos (1914)
"... bie, —, -en, per- the form of irreality, unreal sonal ending, condition. nie, never. perfect. ..."

2. Creative Evolution by Henri Bergson (1911)
"... sprang from the brain, and as if the detail of conscious activity were modeled on that of the cerebral activity. irreality, conscious- ness does ..."

3. American Journal of Philology by Project Muse, JSTOR (Organization) (1904)
"The language of Homer was nowhere able to give a forcible expression to the idea of "irreality " and the later Greek had succeeded no better. XXIII, pp. ..."

4. Estimates in Art by Frank Jewett Mather (1916)
"... of Burne-Jones and Puvis assumes a pallor of irreality. Rossetti's mediaevalism looks flimsy, ..."

5. Grundzüge Der Deutschen Grammatik: Der grammatische Teil der Essentials of by Bert John Vos (1914)
"... bie, —, -en, per- the form of irreality, unreal sonal ending, condition. nie, never. perfect. ..."

6. Creative Evolution by Henri Bergson (1911)
"... sprang from the brain, and as if the detail of conscious activity were modeled on that of the cerebral activity. irreality, conscious- ness does ..."

7. American Journal of Philology by Project Muse, JSTOR (Organization) (1904)
"The language of Homer was nowhere able to give a forcible expression to the idea of "irreality " and the later Greek had succeeded no better. XXIII, pp. ..."

8. Estimates in Art by Frank Jewett Mather (1916)
"... of Burne-Jones and Puvis assumes a pallor of irreality. Rossetti's mediaevalism looks flimsy, ..."

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