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Synonyms for reality

Synonyms for reality

the fact or state of existing or of being actual

the quality of being actual or factual

something having real, demonstrable existence

Synonyms for reality

all of your experiences that determine how things appear to you

the state of being actual or real

the state of the world as it really is rather than as you might want it to be

the quality possessed by something that is real

References in classic literature ?
Even human beings were affected by it, as if both it and they were realities.
he answered, coming back with a start to the realities of life.
Troubles and other realities took on themselves a meta-physical impalpability, sinking to mere mental phenomena for serene contemplation, and no longer stood as pressing concretions which chafed body and soul.
And you'll sit beside me, and we'll look, not at visions, but at realities.
He can correct his author at a dozen points and estimate the value of these warnings by the standard of a decade of realities.
I cannot tell whether it was because I found them like my ideals here, or whether my ideals acquired merit because of their likeness to the realities there; they appeared to be all of one degree of enchanting loveliness; but upon the whole I must have preferred them in the plays, because it was so much easier to get on with them there; I was always much better dressed there; I was vastly handsomer; I was not bashful or afraid, and I had some defects of these advantages to contend with here.
Our mere anticipations of life outrun its realities.
If men would steadily observe realities only, and not allow themselves to be deluded, life, to compare it with such things as we know, would be like a fairy tale and the Arabian Nights' Entertainments.
He who climbeth on the highest mountains, laugheth at all tragic plays and tragic realities.
For twenty years past," he says, "I have mistrusted 'consciousness' as an entity; for seven or eight years past I have suggested its non-existence to my students, and tried to give them its pragmatic equivalent in realities of experience.
1) The overwhelming conclusion of these interpreters of the new realities is that former practices, structures, and traditions no longer function as they once did and thus have become like old and outdated machines, ill-fitted to keep pace or to operate with effectiveness.