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Synonyms for realization

Synonyms for realization

the condition of being fulfilled

the condition of being in full force or operation

one's artistic conception as shown by the way in which something such as a dramatic role or musical composition is rendered

Synonyms for realization

coming to understand something clearly and distinctly

making real or giving the appearance of reality

a musical composition that has been completed or enriched by someone other than the composer

a sale in order to obtain money (as a sale of stock or a sale of the estate of a bankrupt person) or the money so obtained

the completion or enrichment of a piece of music left sparsely notated by a composer

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something that is made real or concrete

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The project once under discussion, not a single paragraph suggested a doubt of its realization.
But presently there came to him a realization of the fact that his own base plans had led the girl into this terrible predicament, and that even had she escaped "Hanson" she would have found but little better deserts awaiting her with him.
Smith-Oldwick was weak from loss of blood and the hardships he had undergone, but the realization of his situation impelled him to a show of agility and energy which he probably could scarcely have equaled when in possession of his normal strength.
Tom was the first to come to a realization of what was needed to be done.
He had known this would be true, but the sight of Rose and her broom brought the realization of it home to him with an all too irritating vividness.
Phaidor's pleasure had been due to her realization of what this last cruel blow would mean to me, as well as to a partial satisfaction of her jealous hatred for the Princess of Helium.
It must have been an hour after Perry had succumbed that I at last came to the realization that I could no longer carry on this unequal struggle against the inevitable.
While it had always been difficult for me to look upon these things as other than slimy, winged crocodiles--which, by the way, they do not at all resemble--I was now forced to a realization of the fact that I was in the hands of enlightened creatures--for justice and grati-tude are certain hallmarks of rationality and culture.
In truth she did not know whether to be angry, or frightened, or glad of the truth that she read there; or mortified that it had awakened in her a realization that possibly an analysis of her own interest in this young stranger might reveal more than she had imagined.
It is rather an alteration of perspective, a shifting of our sense of proportion, a vivid realization that we are insignificant and evanescent creatures, existing on sufferance and at the mercy of the first chill wind from the unknown.
So imperfect was this realization of the first of my great expectations, that I looked in dismay at Mr.
So peaceful was her end that it was hours before Clayton could awake to a realization that his wife was dead.
His didactic stories, like all stories of the sort, dwindle into allegories; perhaps they do their work the better for this, with the simple intelligences they address; but I think that where Tolstoy becomes impatient of his office of artist, and prefers to be directly a teacher, he robs himself of more than half his strength with those he can move only through the realization of themselves in others.
The Keeper of the Wicket let them out into the forest and told Dorothy that she had been of great service to Bunnybury because she had brought their dismal King to a realization of the pleasure of ruling so beautiful a city.
But I see no harm in allowing her to listen to this unseen band while she wakens to her first realization of life.