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[mass noun] Lack of realism.‘discussions on the issue seem to be dominated by unrealism’
- ‘This is an impressive achievement when you consider the level of unrealism in this brilliantly odd movie.’
- ‘George Will suggests that ‘this may be remembered as the month when the European project began to collapse under the weight of its unrealism and undemocratic nature.’’
- ‘But another part of him is excited to the point of unrealism by his own grand visions of a democratic revolution throughout the Middle East.’
- ‘It was the same unrealism that once impelled me to enter the school swimming competition.’
- ‘There's an element of unrealism in this debate.’
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