Definition of "realistically" [re•al•is•tic•al•ly]

  • In a realistic manner. (adverb)

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Use "realistically" in a sentence
  • ""There realistically is something Utah could do," Perlman said."
  • "Sir RICHARD BRANSON (Founder, Virgin Group): Somewhere between 18 months and two years, I think, realistically, is when we'll first - well, when Ill first board the spaceship with my children and my parents, and go on the first voyage into space."
  • "I agree with you actually that the only option realistically is finding a way to make coal work but we are a long long way from that."