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Use "unrealness" in a sentence
"And as he talked, steadily, interestingly, he was doing what Dag Daughtry never dreamed he was doing, and what made Kwaque, looking on, almost dream he was seeing because of the unrealness and impossibleness of it."
"It seems to me that this always means it was predictable that X was/did …, but that, according to the context, it can be applied to either real or unreal situations – the realness or unrealness being explicit in the co-text, or implied in the context, and not inherent in would have done at all."
"Again, the photographs were a reaction to the glitzy unrealness of the fashion photography that Vogue usually featured, but here the extremity of Day's vision provoked outrage and hysterical headlines about the glamorisation of anorexia and hard drug use."